Easter is a very special holy day for Christians.
As a little girl, I loved Easter very much because my sister and I would wear new dresses, new shoes, and new hats (bonnets) for church. We decorated eggs and then the Easter bunny hid them so we could search for them on Easter morning.
The very best were the chocolate Easter bunnies.
As an adult, Easter means “hope” for me. That four-letter word is what I’m hanging my hat on for the future — for my granddaughter, for my family, for my friends, and for Palestine and Israel.
Merriam-Webster defines hope: to cherish a desire with anticipation; to desire with expectation of obtainment; to expect with confidence.