Gatherings of Friends, Sunday Brunch or a BBQ Is One Fun Way to Spend This Sacred Day
It is a day of going to church, Easter Egg hunts and family gatherings.
But is Easter Sunday also a day to party? It is okay to drink, say, mimosas in the morning and even (gasp!) go to bars in the afternoon and evening?
In other words, treat it like any normal Sunday for a Pubclubber?
The answer, quite simply, is yes.
First, there’s no hard and fast rule against partying on Easter Sunday. Perhaps there’s a little initial guilt, but what about those who cannot gather with their family? Shall they sit at home on what across the USA and much of the world is a beautiful, sunny day?
Of course not.
In fact, a great way for people who are not with their families – for example, those who are away in college or live and work some distance from their parents – is to treat Easter Sunday like Thanksgiving. And that is to have a house party with friends, serve a Sunday brunch or make it barbecue, and have plenty of drinks.
After all, this is what the religion teaches us, to celebrate the rebirth of life.
Now this is not to suggest that the day should be treated like the Fourth of July or Mardi Gras. Treat Easter Sunday with the respect it deserves.
But at the same time, use Easter Sunday as a celebration of life, of all that’s good in your (and your friends and family’s) world. Enjoy it to the fullest.