Easter is one of those days that you feel that you should put everything aside and just enjoy the moment.
While most of us won’t want to make a “real” effort to honor that tradition, Easter is a day that’s great for posting about the things we value in life.
So I’m going to make an effort to honor the traditions and the times we celebrate with the help of some of my favorite quotes. If you are Christian, you have some great ones to share. Please feel free to use either the link below or the ones in the list at the end of this post.
Christmas quotes are one of the most popular aspects of Easter – especially in terms of the food we eat and the traditions we celebrate. So it’s only natural for me to include some of my favorites from that time of the year. The following are just a few of my favorite quotes from christmas.
A little time-honored tradition in my house is to serve a bowl of cornbread with a side of eggnog. While that may not be your cup of tea, I love it.
When I was a kid, Easter meant something quite different than it does today. The main tradition in our house was to bake a turkey (a very large bird) for our family and put it on a big piece of white bread. While I have fond memories of taking my family and having a picnic in the backyard, that particular tradition was replaced by getting an egg and stuffing it with ham and eggs.
Today I have a new tradition. I have an eggnog recipe that I will serve from my kitchen counter. I am the eggnog queen, and I know what eggnog is all about, but I am just as guilty of making it as everyone else. My husband and I both love eggnog, but we are also pretty picky about what we eat.
This is something that a lot of Americans take for granted. When they go out to eat, they’ll order eggnog. They’ll have a bottle of vodka. They’ll order a bunch of other stuff, but not eggnog. They’ll order something else, and then the waiter will hand them the eggnog. They’ll drink it and then go back to ordering vodka.
My husband and I are both guilty of a lot of things. We both eat eggs. We both drink vodka. We both order eggnog. We both drink it and then go back to ordering vodka.
Eggs are a great example of the simple act of eating something. They’re easy, cheap, and delicious. They’re also a great example of a food that is a universal symbol and sign of all that is good. That sounds like a good thing, and that’s exactly what eggnog is.