The Easter season, that is . . .
When Lent begins, we decorate and then hide "Alleluias." They're retreived later, as we pull down purple ribbons and our "Repent" letters.
The golden blocks rest above the study doors, but sometimes they seem too high to be noticed throughout the day.
Last week we were inspired to tape our small cards all over the house. They're impossible to miss now!
We see them on doors . . .
In the kitchen . . .
(Keeping it real--the microwave would look cleaner photographed in shadow!)
Can't miss Alleluia on a bathroom mirror . . .
It may seem silly, but running into this joyful word over and over again does change the script in my head. I'll catch myself singing (to myself or aloud) a favorite chorus from Mass. We might sing it again before grace or a regular devotion.
There are so many because some of these cards are from previous years. I appreciate the varying styles and skills, but constant enthusiasm.