Easter is a Christian holiday celebrating the resurrection of Christ from the dead. However, there are many traditions that are celebrated around Easter that have strayed from Christian traditions or have evolved from pagan beliefs. Easter this year occurs on 1 April.
I, of course, only deal with the non-religious celebrations like rabbits, ducklings, eggs, and chocolates (and the women who go along with them)
Many places usually have snow on the ground for Easter
Spring astronomically began (Northern Hemisphere)on the March equinox -- this year on 20 March, 16:15 UT (12:15 pm EDT).
The ecological definition of spring relates to biological indicators, such as the blossoming of a range of plant species, the activities of animals, and the special smell of soil that has reached the temperature for micro flora to flourish. These indicators vary according to the local climate and according to the specific weather of a particular year.
I'm displaying spring-like flowers (and the nude/semi-nude women with them -- smile)
https://vimeo.com/209497584 -- Spring flowers (non-nude)
https://vimeo.com/10379801 -- Spring and the dancer (non-nude)
For some of you, spring means spring break, a time of revelry and ribaldry. So for you I'll throw in a few pics and links
https://xhamster.com/tags/naked-spring-break -- List of spring break videos -- Nudity and sex
http://www.xnxx.com/tags/spring-break -- List of spring break videos -- nudity and sex
I hope you have a wonderful Easter holiday and a great Spring [When I lived up north, I always planted my peas (snow peas actually) on the Ides of March -- then no more garden planting for 2 months, until the 90% frost window had occured.]
See you next month -- but because of taxes, there will only be one edition in April, and it won't be until the 25th.