EASTER IS THIS WEEK….YES, IT IS, REALLY!
We’re already delivering the Easter eggs and spreading joy around the office (safely, of course – we are good eggs at Taylors).
In southwest Louisiana, Cajun country, we pâques eggs (pronounced “pock”). Coming from the French word for Easter, “Pâques,” the Cajun French verb “pâquer” indicates the action of two people each holding an egg in one fist with the smaller end up, then tap-tap-tap-tap-tapping them together, tournament style, until one cracks to see which egg is the strongest.
What are some of your Easter or Passover traditions?