Spend time with the family. Go to Easter service with her and have a long brunch afterwards, followed by an Easter egg hunt for the little ones. Sit around in the back yard drinking beers in the pleasant spring weather while the kids eat all their Easter candy.
That is the Easter tradition I am used do. [/quote]
Let me put some more details here. Her family is in brazil. We have no little ones, in fact we are the little ones, 26 and 21. She has only been here for about 1.5 years, we met when she was traveling here on vacay, that and she isnt religious so there is no church/service option, nor would she wants to do that.
You have to stay away from them Gentiles man. They will make you unclean and all that stuff. (/sarcasm)
If she is not religious there really is no need to celebrate Easter. It is a Religious Holiday after all. Whether you are Christian (Easter) or Jewish (Passover). Some years it is different weekend all based on the Moon Calendar (Jewish or Eastern Orthodox) or Sun Calendar (Roman Catholic, Protestant, and Evangelical). With that being said, I would just go to a very nice brunch (there will be a bunch of them) enjoy the weather with some beers. You scuba dive, so take her diving. Do something you both like to do together outside around other people.[/quote]
Yeah, was thinking of doing brunch and like hiding some chocolate eggs around the house. Funny thing about my girl is if I asked what she would want to do with me on a sunday afternoon her choice she will say ‘leg day’! and drag me to the gym to squat until my legs go numb. I kid you not. [/quote]
That sounds like a great idea. Take the day off from the gym. I do legs on Fridays, so I am barely able to walk at Church on Sundays. Getting old sucks with the soreness. You have to do a split workout so you have 3-4 days to get over the soreness. I am 36.