Thursday, April 21, 2011

New Easter Routines

Easter Weekend is about to commence in the Pace-Frech household.  At the beginning of writing this blog post, we'll be leaving shortly for Maundy Thursday church services.  My family is coming over on Saturday night for Easter Dinner.  My ninety-one year old grandmother is traveling down to Kansas City for the first time to join us this year.  And then there's Easter Services on Sunday.  This will be our first Easter Service at Central Presbyterian.

One might think after reading about our activities this weekend that Easter weekend has always been busy for us, but that's not the case.  These Easter traditions are relatively new for me, spearheaded by my partner.  Easter Weekend 2008, he met my parents for the first time.  Last year my mom came down and surprised us with a visit on Easter. 

My point in sharing my new Easter traditions is to remind myself that it's never too late for new routines.  I'm constantly revising and reworking my routines around writing and sleeping and working third shift.  A new twist came in personal lives, so once again, I'll be mixing things up.

Good habits once established are just as hard to break as bad habits. - Robert Puller

Here's a picture of us on our first Easter together.  Have great weekend, everybody!