Memories of past Easters, sure do.
I have my Dad's old movies and it is so neat to see the people walking home from Church (I lived in a small community with a local church). Back then going to church on Easter morning was very important.
My mother always bought me a new dress, hat, gloves and shoes and my cousins would come for dinner in their Easter outfits. And my Dad would have his movie camera taking pictures which I can watch today. So nice.
Then when I got married and started my family, we always went home to my parents for Easter. My brother and his family traveled from Michigan and it was a special time of coloring eggs, going out dancing (my parents loved to watch the babies) and the house filled with relatives. Then when I moved near my parents, I would go up and clean their house getting it ready for Easter company. My mom would have all the grandchildren's Easter baskets lined up on her piano. And we had a big joke about Marshmellow Peeps.
My mom always bought Marshmellow Peeps and put them in my kids basket. My kids and my niece did not like Marshmellow Peeps. But every year they were in the grandchildren's baskets. So one year we did a picture board with captions under the Easter pictures about Marshmellow Peeps. This was done at my house because once we moved away I started hosting the holiday dinners. We had so much fun using picture of my kids and niece during past Easters with captions under the pictures about Marshmellow Peeps.
Now it's kinda sad things change so much as far as family get togethers.
But one thing that will never change is what we are celebrating which is the resurrection of our Savior, Jesus Christ. He gives the greatest gift.