Because it’s Easter, and because I haven’t partaken in any of the Easter-y things many people are doing/talking about today, I’ve become hyperaware of the fairly everyday things that I have done today.
If you’d like to play along at home, just stop in the middle of a mundane task, and consider the situation in the context of today being a day people are celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
“It’s Easter, and I’m eating shredded cheese over the sink.”
“It’s Easter, and I’m wearing a crop top to the grocery store.”
“It’s Easter, and my Google search history goes as follows: vision boards, spicy ranch dressing, aphrodisiacal.”
The most Easter-y things I’ve done today are eat a Reese’s Peanut Butter Egg and make eye contact with a child in her Easter dress as I bought beer and canned corn.
I guess scanning this picture also counts as being Easter-related.
While recanting the things I did today, I realized I forgot to buy avocados. Probably because I was too preoccupied with the potential consequences of wearing a crop top to the grocery store on Easter.
Someone, somewhere, is reflecting on Jesus dying for our sins, and I just said out loud, to myself, “OH NO, THE AVOCADOS.”