Sunday is going to be especially important to two religious groups. For Christians, it will be Easter Sunday; for those of the Jewish faith, it will be the end of Passover. Regardless of your religious beliefs, it will mark the first official holiday in which people can take a collective sigh of relief that just perhaps the worst of the pandemic may be over.
While the day may start off cloudy, the sun is scheduled to burn through with temperatures hitting the low 70s. So why not start off the day sleeping in, attending services and/or brunching it up at an area restaurant?
And if you’re a little low on cash but high on getting a shot of fresh air, consider Klyde Warren Park, Katy Trail or some of North Texas’ parks. Despite that February ice chilling episode, spring has sprung with grass-covered grounds and blooming blossoms.
* Photo courtesy of Klyde Warren Park ** Photo courtesy of The Katy Trail