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April 19th, 2014

10 Observations on Easter

 
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  1. Experiencing how good ham can be when it’s not just simply combined with cheese and white bread. #pigUPGRADE

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    Creative Commons/Wikipedia

  2. Sad, non-dyed (or boiled) eggs sulking in the fridge. #sadEGG

    Flickr: sotheavy Creative Commons

    Flickr: sotheavy Creative Commons

  3. Easter Island confusion! #IslandLiving

    Flickr: Arian Zwegers Creative Commons

    Flickr: Arian Zwegers Creative Commons

  4. Scary, edible bunnies that terrify children. #ChocolateGuillotine

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    Flickr: Kathryn Decker Creative Commons

  5. Scary, non-edible bunnies that terrify children. #BunnyNightmare

    Matt Weber

    Matt Weber

  6. Age old debate: Game of Thrones or The Ten Commandments? #MosesLannister #beards

    GOTmoses

  7. Countless Facebook photos of your friends’ children looking even more adorable! #cuterkids

    Matt Weber

    Matt Weber



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    Flickr: Justin Barton Creative Commons

  8. The rare site of a church parking lot that is completely full! #ArriveEARLY

  9. Finding a hidden egg from last year’s Easter egg hunt. #EggsactlyWhereILeftIt

    Flickr: M S Creative Commons

    Flickr: M S Creative Commons

  10. Giant, festive hats worn proudly! #HAPPYeaster

    Pharrell

 
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The Author : Matt Weber
Matt Weber is author of Fearing the Stigmata: Humorously Holy Stories of a Young Catholic's Search for a Culturally Relevant Faith (Loyola Press). He hosts the weekly Catholic TV segment "A Word with Weber" which airs internationally to more than 10 million viewers. He serves as the new and social media officer for the Harvard Graduate School of Education. You can follow Matt on Twitter @mattweber_.
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  • macdonald@alphacomm.net

    I always wonder how many of those kids with Easter baskets on facebook were actually taken to some kind of religious service.

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