Elbowing Our Way Through Easter

It`s Easter. The time when we Catholics roll our eyes, put on a colorful outfit, and drag our families out of bed to show up at mass. It also happens at Christmas. The folks who attend more regularly get annoyed when their usual spot is occupied by a family of 15. Easter mass at a Catholic church is filled with elbowing and tongues clucking.


I`m trying to be a little more Zen in my approach as we get ready to leave for mass two hours early in order to get a seat with a view of the alter. It`s easier to get close to the front at a Stones concert. As I center myself to attend the chaos that is Easter in the local parish, I think about one of my favorite spots in Tokyo.  Aoyama Cemetery close to Omotesando. All are welcome here. Even in Cherry Blossom Season:




Would love to see your weekend pics- regardless of what`s getting celebrated! Peace folks.

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4 Responses to Elbowing Our Way Through Easter

  1. Love the new look of your blog. I know it may not be so new, but then I’ve been out of the loop. The photos are gorgeous, my friend. Happy Easter.


  2. Bob says:

    Happy Easter my friend


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