So why am I talking about thanksgiving? You note there is a lower case “t” in the last sentence but there is a strongly implied upper cast “T.”
Hadley and I used to work with a number of college students back in the 90s and early 00s. College students can almost always be convinced to eat something and we made a point of inviting students into our home for meals on those special days like Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, . . . especially if they couldn’t get to their homes to be with their families. We always served a full Thanksgiving dinner for Thanksgiving because of course we did but we also served a full Thanksgiving dinner on Easter Sunday. I usually began the meal by saying something along the lines of “If there is a better day to be thankful than Easter Sunday, I don’t know what it is, so we are having a Thanksgiving dinner together.”
This Easter I found myself being especially thankful for people. The sermons discuss some of these people, including Peter, John, and Mary Magdalene. I hope you find something and someone to be thankful for also.