Enjoying Easter from Afar – four families share how to embrace the simple
This past year, we’ve seen our share of social posts lamenting the difficulty in being separated from extended family and missing cherished traditions. But we’ve also heard from people relishing the joy of the simple celebrations.
We share some insight from four families who have found the silver lining in the socially distant cloud.
Can you name an Easter tradition that began before Christ was born? Here’s a hint: in America, the tradition involves a small colored tablet, a splash of white vinegar, and usually, a very fun mess. In Ukraine, these decorated eggs are called Pysanka.