Does it seem early for the Easter bunny to be hopping by? We went to a wonderful Easter vigil service at St. Kate’s last night, but walking out it felt far more like Christmas than Easter. We have six new inches of snow on the ground. And today, Easter Sunday, the snow is still falling!
Why? It turns out that Easter is historically early this year:
Unless you’re 95, Easter 2008 is earlier than you’ve ever seen it.
And unless you live until 2160, you’ll never see it this early again.
Easter falling on March 23 is unusual, historic, notable — and in some cases, annoying.
So happy early Easter!