Joey will probably take his first steps either this weekend or early next week, so that'll be a nice easter present to my folks.
Looking for a house is hard, unless you have a few hundred grand to toss around...
Anyway, I'm a little perturbed by the fact that the US is all happy about taking all kinda time off and holidays about the birth of Christ, yet when he died and resurrected (on the Jesus Christ MojoMeter, it ranks a perfect 10 people. Like, as in, the greatest thing he did for mankind!), the government doesn't even take the day off.
Ever notice how Good Friday is always a crappy day (weather wise)?
I want to reiterate Planesdragon's sig: Jesus of Nazareth did not die so we could enjoy eggs and chocolate bunnies!
And, as a reminder (in my slang terms) in case you didn't know (and this is from memory, so I may be wrong on specifics) yesterday (Holy Thursday for Catholics) was the last supper, and suffering in the garden. Around midnight Jesus was arrested, and Peter did a Zorro on a soldier's ear, but Jesus put it back on. At dawn, he was tried, sentenced to death by crucifiction. He walked the cross to the mountain, was nailed up to it, and died in about three hours (which is VERY fast for a crucifiction).
And I guess today's the best day to give you my fav verse. The one that you can read today and it isn't outdated. The teaching from the main dude himself: Matthew 5-7 The Sermon on the Mount.
Happy Easter folks!