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How Polish people celebrate Easter?

Easter is a major holiday in Poland, and Easter celebrations are not limited to Easter Sunday. Easter-related traditions take place for more than a week in Poland. 129 more words

Fun Day

Swienconka for Two?

My husband and I awoke to an empty house today. We think it might be the first time in over 20 years we haven’t had at least one of the kids here with us on Easter morning. 440 more words

Empty Nest

Blessing of the Easter Basket

Today is Holy Saturday in the Catholic faith.  Today is a day in which we prepare for the Resurrection of Jesus. In Poland, many Poles go to bless an Easyer basket with all the food that will be eaten on Easter morning.   265 more words

Confessions Of A New Mother

Polish traditions: Easter

I need to share two things with you: first one is that I nearly packed my stuff and this means I found some time for blogging :) The second – on Friday I will be already in Poland – working a bit, but also – enjoying our celebrations – Easter! 752 more words

Poland

The Great Sausage Meltdown of 2015

I am third-generation, full-blooded Polish-American. My great grandparents arrived here in the early 1900s and settled into a neighborhood with other Polish families in Buffalo, New York, and there they stayed. 1,231 more words

Perspective

Polish Christmas traditions!

Hello, guys! How are you doing? Are you excited about Christmas! I know I am! I needed to take a break, and I’m glad I can forget about the world for a few days. 389 more words

Lifestyle

Finding Your Whole

Last December, I held a mandala-only workshop for the first time. These are the circular “gwiazdy” (star) style wycinanki, but I called it “mandala” because it seems to be a more familiar term. 165 more words

Wycinanki