Listaliciousness: Easter Eggs, Forgotten Proverbs, and April Fool’s Day

I love the look of flowers too.

Happy Easter!

Happy Easter! I hope that you are having a blessed day and enjoy the whole Easter season.

Most of the links this week are posts that I wrote on Catholic Stand or Celebrity Cafe. However, there are some other great lists that might help you think about something new or laugh. As always, I would love to see a post or site that you enjoyed in this past week.

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A Beautiful Ray of Sunshine

Happy Easter Sunday

The sun peaks through all times of life.

When people passed me today and asked how I was doing, I honestly answered, “Actually, I am doing well today!”

After a rough week, today was a beautiful ray of sunshine and hope. The meeting with my dietitian and therapist went well, although I still am struggling even with a reduced meal plan. Shopping at Goodwill allowed me to find a few outfits for Florida. Then my class before Easter break was short but full of wisdom and deep emotion.

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One Thousand Thanks: 521 – 532. Easter Joys

Signs of new life

Signs of new life

Holidays are normally a stressful time of year for me as are breaks from school. Although time away from people relieves my introverted mind, the lack of schedule irritates the aspergian part of me.

However, seeing that it is still Easter week, writing about Easter blessings seemed fitting. Plus, the beaming sunshine and gentle breeze swaying the trees slightly made Sunday nearly perfect and a nice break from our cold Minnesota weather. So, I am going to list some of my favorite elements of this holiday.

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Happy Easter!

Happy Easter Sunday

Happy Easter Sunday

Happy Easter everyone! The earth itself seems to be rejoicing. Seeing the sun shine today and having the temperature at 70 degrees was so wonderful after a snowy, rainy, dreary Lent season.

Holidays and breaks from school are often difficult times for me. Today presented challenges such as a large meal with extended family, missing my sisters, being in a place that holds bad memories, and five hours in the car. However, I faced these challenges overall with little outward anxiety. In fact, the meal that I ate was the largest in a while. Afterward, I hated myself but did not self-injury or other negative behaviors. That is progress, I suppose.

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