It’s Our Second Pandemic Easter, And Jesus Still Lives

So much has changed, and so much has stayed the same.

Photo by author (Easter Sunday 2017)

Last year, my husband and I celebrated Easter together at home, like millions of others. On Sunday, April 12th, we livestreamed our church service, I put on a pretty dress, and we ate dinner together; an exciting feat for me, since I was just beginning to emerge from the haze of…

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I read a lot of books and sometimes I’m funny. Aspiring novelist, practicing writer, and Oxford comma fan (though obviously lenient on sentence fragments).

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Amy Colleen

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I read a lot of books and sometimes I’m funny. Aspiring novelist, practicing writer, and Oxford comma fan (though obviously lenient on sentence fragments).

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