Today is the Greek Orthodox Easter. Come to think of it, it may be the Easter Sunday for all Eastern Orthodox religions (Russian and other nationalities that do not fall under the Roman Catholic realm). Hoping to break plates, drink ouzo and eat lamb from the spit, we will return to our regularly scheduled mischief come the new work week. The last 10 days or so were spent traveling, and while there are some interesting things to note it's worth it to just move forward. So, ONWARD...and OPA!

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