We usually dye eggs between 12 and 3 on Good Friday, but I always felt funny about it since it's not a quiet, somber activity. So this year Andy and the kids made their Easter Bread on Friday morning, and most of the hours between twelve and three o'clock were spent reading the Passion, praying a rosary, and coloring pages of Passion scenes. Then at three o'clock we went to a communion service, and watched the stations at seven.
Holy Saturday we dyed Easter Eggs, and Sarah made it in time to color a few.
Sunday morning, the kids were up at five a. m. because they were so excited to check out their Easter surprises.
This year the girls loaded each others' baskets with more presents than I got them. I had to rearrange everything just to find room to put my surprises!
Then we prepared and delivered dinner for 36 shut-ins, because the soup kitchen was not open this week. After that we went to a Tridentine Mass with a bunch of friends, and had a pot luck afterward.