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Easter messages

It's Easter week! Time to do some chocolate shopping and prepare to celebrate the Holy Week.

The word cloud above shows some typical Easter messages and wishes for friends, loved ones and even strangers.

How do you wish your loved ones a happy Easter?

What's your favorite Easter message?


Vinicius said…
Happy Easter , with a lot of peace ,healthy and easter eggs for everybody
see ya
Anonymous said…
Happy Easter !
With love , Janaina Laureano
Carol e Jana said…
happy easter for everybody (:
Anonymous said…
Happy easter! Lucas Paumbo
Anonymous said…
happy easter!
with love, with peace and healthy for everybody : )

see ya xx.

Robertha and Desirée.
Angela said…
The resurrection gives my life
meaning and direction and the opportunity to start over no matter what my circumstances. – Robert Flatt
frank said…
Let Easter be a time when God will do something in your life. Let the passion bring you closer to God.
dablog said…
Thanks Frank! The same to you!
Lori Jones said…
Eggs are sign of new life.
Bunny is a sign of hopping around with glee.
So hop around because you are given a new life to enjoy.
Happy Easter!

This easter messages is for my family and friends.
Happy Easter to all!
Anonymous said…
Happy easter messages

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