“What do you recommend for the post-Resurrection blues?”A trusted friend asked this of me this week. And I get it! We have come through Lent, we have been through Holy Week, we have celebrated the open tomb and now . . . ? Not only are we past the “big” day at church, our lives are still a little discombobulated as we recover from small shifts in our schedules that we’ve made in the last few weeks. Even the weather doesn’t seem to be cooperating with our liturgical calendar. A snowy Easter Sunday was followed by some pretty days . . . but by the time you read this, our community is likely to have experienced more snowfall. So, how do we try to hold on to the Resurrection excitement?Let’s note that it’s still Easter. We have celebrated Easter Sunday, but we are still in the season of Resurrection. This is a season marked by invitation to new life and growth in our discipleship, just as we will (eventually) be greeted new life and growth in nature in the coming weeks. Since it’s still Easter (and since we claim to be an Easter People -- celebrating the empty cross and open tomb throughout the year), let’s be intentional about looking for Resurrection signs in our life. And, by that, I don’t mean just saying “today I’m going to look for signs of Resurrection” -- although that’s a good thing, too. Rather, I invite you to take a moment as you start your day to name places where you mightl expect to see the Resurrection revealed: in budding plants, in the surprise smile from someone you’ve never met, in a moment of silence that you take for yourself at the end of the work day, or any of a number of ways that are specific to your day-to-day life. Having named them, we might find ourselves better prepared to identify them as Resurrection moments when they happen.Even in this time of “post-Resurrection blues,” I pray that we may keep our eyes and mind open for the resurrected Christ to be speaking to us in our everyday moments.