I've never understood why it's called "Good Friday" in English… What is so good with Jesus being hanged on the cross? Unless it refers to the "outcome" which is good. Not that the Swedish version "Long Friday" is perfect either… some cultures calls it "Holy Friday". I think I like that one the best…
Today we went to my sister-in-law's and her family for an Easter lunch. My mother-in-law and father-in-law joined in too. Here are two pictures of the dinner table and my very yummy food plate. I even took at second time even though I didn't fill it up as much that time.
Around 6pm we went home–we had picked up my dad's car on our way to my sister-in-law's place so we can get to my parents quicker and no need to transport our pre-made food on the bus–but first we stopped by the memorial and lighted candles for my grandparents. We also gave my mother-in-law a ride to the commuter train station by our apartment.
Back home we prepared the Jansson's temptation dish for the Easter lunch tomorrow.