Easter makes me reflect on pleasant childhood memories. I wasn’t big on dressing up, but I guess Mom managed to finagle a dress on me for some Easter photos. I’m glad that she did, because I do love this photo.
Easter makes me think of lovely springtime weather, and plastic eggs filled with jelly beans. I can still remember the scent they had. I remember racing through grass looking for hidden eggs at hunts at the local park.
Happy Easter for those who celebrate, both religious and secular versions of the holiday. I know that this is a holiday of hope and renewal for many. Those are two concepts we don’t often associate with Alzheimer’s and dementia. But as caregivers and family members of those with dementia, we need all of the hope we can muster.
2 responses to “All dressed up for Easter”
Like you, I look pack on childhood photos with a bit of wonder! I think of all the hard work by my parents to provide the new outfit, the Easter basket, the chocolates…and how excited I was…now, as an adult, their efforts mean even more…Hallie
Of course I meant “look back”!