Saturday, April 11, 2009

It happened in Antwerp at the train station...

...and although it has absolutely nothing to do with Easter, to me it conveys the joy that all Christian believers should experience on commemorating the Resurrection. Not a hint of solemnity in sight. Just joy. Pure joy.


(A big "thank you" to Katherine in New Zealand for bringing this to my attention by including it in her blog, The Last Visible Dog.)


Pat - Arkansas said...

Absolutely delightful! What an uplifting thing to see and hear!

Wishing a Blessed and Happy Easter to you and Mrs. Rhymeswithplague.

Reamus said...

In this Age of Sacred Terror, is it not a wonderful sight to see perfect strangers delight in the unusuaul without fear and anxiety?

It makes me have hope for us all.

Putz said...

my question is this ....with face book and twitter and plurk, why do you and how do you find obsolete blogs entertaining???

rhymeswithplague said...

All comments are greatly appreciated (by me).

Pat - I'm glad you liked my way of expressing Easter joy! We hope your Easter was a very happy also.

Reamus - It is indeed a wonderful sight. From your mouth to God's ear.

Putz - Facebook I know, and twitter I know, but what is plurk?
(You don't have to tell me; I don't really want to know). Perhaps you have not considered that I may want to reach a different audience than the one enamored of, yea, plunged headlong into Facebook, twitter, and (God help us) plurk....

And I'm not ready to agree that blogging is obsolete quite yet!