I wanted to do something special for you to let you know how much I’ve appreciated your support of my writing.
I was going to sneak into the house of every Modern Philosopher tonight and leave behind a thank you note and a basket of candy, but the logistics of it all was rather daunting, the interns refused to help in any way, and the Easter Bunny sent me a thinly veiled threat about trespassing on his turf.
So, I was hoping that a special Easter post on The Good Men Project would be an acceptable Easter gift.
It’s low in calories, won’t give you Diabetes, and is guaranteed to inspire some Deep Thoughts over this holiday weekend.
As you know, I was raised Catholic, so I know that Easter isn’t really about a giant rabbit and free candy. Easter Sunday actually celebrates Jesus’ Resurrection.
You might also know that I’m a huge fan of The Walking Dead.
Put those two ideas together and you suddenly have a post about whether Resurrected Jesus is a zombie, and if The Walking Dead characters would be compelled to kill Him should He show up in Alexandria on Easter.
I know the Nuns are not going to be happy with this one, but I’ve got a Gargoyle on my roof who is trained to keep out Nuns, and escort me to safety should they ever penetrate The House on the Hill’s defenses.
The Good Men Project gave me a weekly column, and this article is my second entry in that new writing adventure. I’m hoping that a post which is humorous, thought provoking, and infuriating to Nuns will help my column earn a reputation as a must read.
I hope you will head over to check out my Zombie Jesus Easter Special. If you like it, do you think you could share the article on social media? The success of this column is very important to me, so the more it gets shared, the better. I’m just looking to reach the largest audience possible, and am confident that once they read my work, they will want to come back again next week.
Thank you for your continued support and for reading these silly stories that escape from my head. I hope you all have a wonderful Easter.
Here’s the link to my column on GMP: