It's Friday again, and a very significant Friday it is. We won't be doing a lot of blogging today, but feel free to share your thoughts here.
But away from the significance of Easter to the Christian community, it's also a huge sporting weekend. Easter always used to mark the transition from summer to winter sports, but the advent of professional competitions has blurred those margins, and both rugby and league are already well into their seasons. But there is no shortage of sport to enjoy this year.
First-up, well done to the NZ Breakers. They are still alive in the ANBL after a 94-83 win in Townsville last night. It's now back to Vector Arena on Saturday night for the decider. The Blues were not so lucky; their season of pain continues after a loss to the Rebels in Melbourne last night.
What's in store for the rest of the weekend? TV coverage of the US Masters has begun; golf's first Major of the year. There's a full round of Super Rugby and NRL; the World Track Cycyling Championships are on in Melbourne; the Phoenix are away to Perth tomorrow night in the A-League play-offs, and of course there's the ANBL semi-final decider as well. Who needs chocolate and buns when there's a veritable feast of sport like that?
And if you don't want to talk sport, that's fine as well; this is YOUR forum, so go for it. All we ask is a modicum of respect for the views of others, even if you don't share them.