Most Christian homes’ priorities are towards church to celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus.
I love those church plays which some youngsters act with the passion lacking in some drama groups out there.
I remember taking part in one such play years ago. I acted Jesus!
I had all precautionary measures well followed so I slid some cardboard under my clothes to shield me from the whipping.
It was all well with our act on stage, moving the audience into the best of frames for Easter until some guy tested me out of the realms of the play.
This guy pulled the cardboard from under my shirt. Before I could do something, he followed up on his naughty act with some thorough whipping.
I shrieked in pain, only for the audience to mistake it for a convincing ability to play my role.
If this guy was around in the biblical timesâ€¦
Well, that is over and long gone.
I will dedicate this whole weekend to church; you never know when the next pastoral letter is!
From church I will be home, with Thoko ‘Wa Chikolopa’ Katimba’s new album on repeat.
On Sunday, I may queue at Comesa Hall at Great Angels’ relaunch of their album, Ndiyende Bwanji?
Happy Easter good people wherever you may be queuing.
I may be broke in the language of fuel, sugar, cooking oil or forex, but soccer wise, I am a good five points clear!
So, I go into the Easter mode with at least something to smile about in these times of queues and pastoral letters.