It’s fitting that Easter happens in springtime. The earth has been waiting, cold and dead, but with the coming of spring it becomes green and alive.

Ginkgo trees

Small buds are bursting out, as their tombs can no longer contain them.


Rain falls gently, bringing life.


Trees bloom with the promise of the fruit they will bring.

A small garden

Gardens are tended carefully with hope.


As we celebrate springtime and new life, we also celebrate the resurrection of Christ, giving us new life. Happy Easter!

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