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Easter is a time for new life

Suddenly, the lawns have shown a remarkable transformation. The old dry, brittle, brown stuff is lush and green. I remarked to Fred what a difference a few inches of rain make in Kansas; it’s like a resurrection! The lilacs are out. The redbud trees are coming alive. Grass is growing again.
The sun, cool weather and green lawn make me want to buy about 50 plastic colored eggs and scatter them everywhere. After all, it’s spring, and it’s Easter!
Growing up in the northern United States, I remember those emotions and smells of Easter time. April is ...


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