Today is Dyngus Day , a traditional Polish day of festivities after the long Lenten Fast. If you live in our near a Polish Community you are lucky, because the food is amazing. We are blessed to have a Dyngus Day celebration at one of the local parishes, complete with all those great Polish delicacies: beet horseradish and hard boiled eggs, pirogies, polish sausage, sour kraut, and of course beer.
Fortunately for me, most of those foods would pass muster with my new eating plan, but unfortunately I have band practice tonight, so if I go it will be a quick run it to grab a bite before band and not a leisurely stay to visit with friends as it has been in the past.
One of the best things about Dyngus Day is that it reminds us that Easter isn't just a Sunday. Easter is a Season. We celebrate the Easter Season for 50 days, from now until Pentecost. Each day should ring with the sound of the Alleluia of recognition of the risen Lord's saving action in our lives.
After all, If Christ conquered death for us what other response could there be except to celebrate?
How will you celebrate these 50 days?