Happy Easter! I hope that today all of you (our faithful readers) were able to see what Christ's resurrection truly means in your everyday life - that was the challenge presented to us in the sermon at church this morning. For me, that means choosing to view each moment as a God-indwelled time, no matter what I happen to be doing. Seeing Him in the everyday is something I try to do - it really helps me stay sane in the seemingly mundane tasks in which I constantly find myself. Anyways, I was able to see Him throughout our Easter, from our new breakfast tradition of Mediterranean-style fish with eggs for breakfast with a reading of the Easter story, to our time at church that ended with a hilarious wannabe photo shoot with our friends the Clarkes, to both kids napping this afternoon, to Charlotte's first Easter egg hunt (indoors, since it was pouring), to watching Jonathan effortlessly manage a toddler temper tantrum, to yummy split pea w/ham soup for dinner, to ... see? When you start listing the things that seem so normal that truly could only happen with God present, it really makes you realize - HE IS.