Michelle Obama Shares Easter Message with a Newfound Sense of Gratitude
Michelle Obama sent out a sweet message to her followers in celebration of this year’s Easter festivities.
Although she and her family have been isolating in their home, former First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama shared a word of hope for her fans and followers.
Michelle Obama during question time with 60 American college students at the United States Pavilion at the Milan Expo 2015 on June 18, 2015 in Milan, Italy | Photo: Getty Images
Barrack also shared a tweet which he used to inform people that although Easter celebrations looked different this year, “our unwavering faith remains the same.”
In the image, Michelle, her husband Barack Obama, along with their daughters, Sasha and Malia, appeared to be talking animatedly while on a balcony.
As for the caption, the former FLOTUS stated that during the social distancing brought on by COVID-19, she knew that many people might be missing previously shared Easter traditions. Regardless of that, the mother-of-two added that:
“This year, I’ve been feeling a newfound sense of gratitude for all the little moments I used to take for granted.”
Michelle Obama speaks onstage during the "Black Girls Rock!" BET Special at NJPAC Prudential Hall on March 28, 2015 in Newark, New Jersey | Photo: Getty Images
Michelle also wrote that she knew that many people were doing their best to make the new memories through attending church online and having virtual dinners with their loved ones. She ended the message by asking her followers what plans they had to mark Easter.
While many trooped into her comment section to reply her question, Elle noted that this wouldn’t be the first time that Michelle would be sharing a message of hope during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
During the World Health Day, she posted a photo collage of healthcare workers with an appreciation message to them for working on the frontlines and risking their lives for millions of people around the world.
As for other members of her family, CNN disclosed that Barrack also shared a tweet which he used to inform people that although Easter celebrations looked different this year, “our unwavering faith remains the same.”
The former President then explained that Easter was not only a “reminder of rebirth and renewal,” but that it was a sign that better days were ahead.
Others who wished people well during Easter included former Vice President Joe Biden and Jill Biden who stated that the messages of faith were even more resounding during the novel coronavirus pandemic.