Growing up I never experienced an Easter Sunday tradition other than the routine of church and some form of egg hunt and Easter basket. Now that we live in Texas (I must remind you that it's part of the Bible Belt), I've come to realize that Easter is kind of a big deal. Families gather together and spend their mornings at church wearing their Sunday's best pastels. After church they may take photos in the bluebonnets or attend large Easter Egg Hunts. The afternoon is closed with a large family brunch: ham, deviled eggs, various salads, rolls, ambrosia, bread pudding, and of course, Easter candy. Naturally, Easter brunch should be shared around a table with the closest of family and friends. You may prefer humble tablescape with a few flowers, or something more extravagant, but what matters most is the Christ we serve and the way we honor His sacrifice on a sacred day like Easter.
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