Question(s) for You

Kyle Reed // @kylereed

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Today is a day of inspiration. I hope that you and your family are having a great Easter and celebration of the empty grave. Hopefully you are having a chance to relax, reflect, and rejoice on this fine Sunday.

Here are some questions for you, Easter edition.

1) Your favorite easter candy?

2) Your favorite part of easter?

3) What meal do you have on easter?

Answer them all or just one….these are Questions for You.

*Kyle

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Kyle Reed

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I create websites, conversations, and ideas. Advocate for the 20 somethings. Looking to connect everyone to a mentor. Married to my best friend, Ginny. I like my coffee black and my dog Jack. I currently live in Nashville and work at Sony Music/Provident in Nashville
  • http://www.cbraden7.blogspot.com/ Casey

    1. Reese’s peanut butter cup eggs!
    2. The hymns at church that we sing proclaiming that He indeed has risen!
    3. Usually ham, deviled eggs, and all that…but this year ummm…probably pizza :)

    • http://thoughtsaboutnothing.com Kyle Reed

      pizza, that sounds like a good meal to me

  • http://Www.twitter.com/clscholes Conor

    1. Does steak count as candy?

    2. I love the entire journey of Holy Week, and that it culminates in a massive celebration of grace and love.

    3. Usually Ham or Steak (can you really go wrong there)

    • http://thoughtsaboutnothing.com Kyle Reed

      absolutely, steak is a great piece of candy

  • http://Sidekicksolutions.us Aaron

    1. Cadbury Creme Eggs.

    2. Really contemplating the reality of resurrection. What that means about Jesus. And what that means about our future.

    3. Well. If I got to choose I’d go ribs or pulled pork for Easter. Pork just seems like the right think to eat on a day that celebrates spiritual freedom. :). But I always end up at my wife’s extended family’s house for a potluck.

    • http://thoughtsaboutnothing.com Kyle Reed

      pulled pork sound amazing. I would definitely want to have that for easter dinner

  • http://www.robstill.com Rob Still

    Hey Kyle, thought I’d stop by and catch up on your blog. I think it would be cool to have your twitter feed on your site.

    1) Jelly beans
    2) Every Holy week experience out there ( I blogged about those)
    3) Cook out with the fam – steak, chicken, brats, momma’s mac-n-cheese. Life is good.

    • http://thoughtsaboutnothing.com Kyle Reed

      thats a good idea. I have been a bit lazy on that :)

      I need to check your experience of holy week for sure on the blog.

  • http://www.geekforhim.com Matthew Snider

    1. Grape Starburst Jellybeans!
    2. The music at church, brought me to tears yesterday!
    3.Ham – I HATE ham…

    • http://thoughtsaboutnothing.com Kyle Reed

      that is what I am talking about, I love the starburst jelly beans.

  • http://theperkinsblog.net Michael

    1. Peeps for sure
    2. Celebrating the Risen Christ
    3. We typically don’t. I did eat with my neighbor yesterday though.

    • http://thoughtsaboutnothing.com Kyle Reed

      I am not a fan of the peeps. Just cannot do it.

  • http://abrahamchronicles.com dustin

    1. Peeps.
    2. Celebrating. Remembering what’s important.
    3. No set meal… but we did have hot dogs for lunch and leftovers for dinner…. :)

    • http://thoughtsaboutnothing.com Kyle Reed

      nice, hotdogs for lunch is always a win

  • http://www.thedailywalk.net Adam

    1) Reese Sup Eggs

    2) Knowing I serve a RISEN Savior

    3) We gilled out. Mmmm. It was good!

    • http://www.thedailywalk.net Adam

      Reese Cup Eggs…Oops.

    • http://thoughtsaboutnothing.com Kyle Reed

      oh man, that sounds awesome. I have not gotten the chance to grill out all spring. I miss it

  • http://www.adambuzard.com …adam

    1) My favorite Easter candy is anything gummy and sour.

    Scratch that, my favorite anytime candy is something gummy & sour.

    2) not to sound cheesy or overly spiritual, but my favorite part of Easter is going to church. Their is always such a level of anticipation and excitement.

    3) I didnt know Easter meals were a thing til I moved to the midwest. So we had ham. And it was tasty.

    • http://thoughtsaboutnothing.com Kyle Reed

      I am with you on that one. Like some gummy worms or peachy-o’s those are my favorite.

  • http://www.calistalee.wordpress.com ~ calista ~

    1. Black licorice jelly beans and Cadbury eggs {the original ones only}.
    2. Worship at church and watching Passion of the Christ.
    3. Depends on where I am or who I’m with. If I’m by myself {sounds sad, I know, but it’s really not when I’ve just watched Passion of the Christ and should not be seen in public due to my swollen eyes and blotchy face and red nose, all from crying}, I dig around in the ice box and find something to eat. If I’m at someone’s house for Easter, then I eat whatever they feed me {I am obviously not picky}.

  • http://www.cartoonrebellion.net Jenny

    1) cadbury mini eggs. Like M&Ms but better. :)

    2) This year i really enjoyed teaching on easter. Also, the first bible study i do in the morning we had breakfast with out people and that was really special. Service at the Mission was also great, simple and full of love. Yeah, first easter serving with the mission was epic.

    3) It all depends on what my mom cooks. Sometimes the same spread as christmas and sometimes mexican food. I had stuff from 9:30-8 this easter so i missed out on mom’s cooking and got Pei Wei take out instead. However, i did go by my moms for lunch today to eat easter left overs… this year mexican food. yummy.