I am not a religious person. Easter to me has always meant two extra days off, or double pay for a shift worked on a Bank Holiday.
Hot cross buns, perhaps a turkey dinner, and chocolate eggs as a child.
Over the decades, I have often associated Easter with bad weather too. Miserable weekends away, listening to the rain on the roof, then stuck in terrible traffic driving home.
Since I retired from work, I usually have to be reminded it is Easter, as I rarely know when it is approaching.
However, I know many people do celebrate it, whether for religious reasons, or to spend the extended weekend with family or friends. And I have just remembered that tomorrow is Good Friday.
So with that in mind, I wish everyone a very Happy Easter, whatever you will be doing.