is a little hard to believe, but Easter has arrived. March somehow managed to simultaneously take its time and disappear in a flash thanks to all of the lock-downs. Weeks ago there had been hope that the lock-downs would be gone come Easter, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. Now, most Easter celebrations have been canceled to ensure that everyone stays safe.
This is a real bummer for a lot of people, especially kids. Easter celebrations can be a whole lot of fun and missing out on them is disappointing. Luckily, there are still ways for people to celebrate Easter without breaking any lock-down rules.
Tips for Celebrating Easter on Lock-down
The ongoing pandemic and lock-downs can make celebrating Easter a bit harder this year, but that doesn’t mean people shouldn’t try...