It’s Friday and time to celebrate! For those readers on spring break, it’s time to really celebrate!
It’s also Good Friday!
If this is your first time visiting The Western Word, the “Caught My Eye” column is where I take a quick look at some of the stories I did not have time to write about during the week – and I often throw in some sarcasm just to make you smile. So get ready to head into your weekend armed with knowledge and a smile.
Today I write about the Bullock veto, Drone paranoia, Idaho’s Larry Craig, Iowa’s Steve King, the Obituary, Most/Least Religious places, Local TV News, the Broken Cheeseburger, Eyeballs, and much more!
Congratulations on making it to another Friday! It’s just not any Friday, today is “Good Friday” and it’s also “Earth Day” and there’s also a Spring snowstorm pounding Montana!
A couple of Happy birthday shout-outs today to Jack “You can’t handle the truth” Nicholson (74) and Peter “Do You Feel Like We Do” Frampton (61)!
If this is your first time visiting The Western Word (TWW), Caught My Eye is a weekly column posted on Friday mornings where I take a look at some of the stories I did not have time to comment about during the week – and sometimes I add a little sarcasm!
This week I take a look at what came into my political inbox, snot, awards that are piling up for Bozeman, chickens, trophies, and much more! So sit back and enjoy another edition of Caught My Eye… Continue reading →
This Sunday is Easter Sunday – a Sunday so important that even NASCAR’s Sprint Cup series takes it off.
I imagine they take the day off because it just wouldn’t be right drinking beer and eating pork rinds on Easter. Besides, there are Easter egg hunts to attend. (Calm down NASCAR fans, I’m just kiddin’ y’all).
According to this website, the exact date of Easter Sunday “varies because it is determined using a calculated lunar calendar. It is the first Sunday approximately after the first full moon on or after the March equinox.”
Well, alrighty then. Let’s just say it is a complex formula…and Easter is sometime in March or April. Here’s a handy-dandy websiteto help you plan your future Easters.
Easter is also the time when people attend church on Sunday – in fact some folks contend it is the most attended church service of the year. Christians (like me) believe that Jesus (the Son of God) came back to life (was raised from the dead) three days after he was crucified on the cross. Good Friday (the Friday before Easter Sunday) is when the crucifixion is commemorated. You can check out the story in Mark 15:16 through Mark 16:19. It is very touching.
The title of this column is “There’s a seat for you” and that’s because you should take time out of your busy schedule and attend Church this Sunday – a church of your choice – because there really is a seat for you at your local church. You’ll feel better after attending and many churches have services throughout the day to fit your schedule (so you and your friends don’t miss the Easter egg hunt).