I thought it must be a new ‘thing’, but I’ve done a bit of googling and people have been saying “Happy Easter’ for a number of years I’m sure I’ve never come across it before but I had an email from the BBC the other day that said it and a relative came to see us yesterday and it was the first thing they said. I feel uncomfortable enough when I get wished a merry Xmas and I’ve grown up with that. I’m not religious (more anti religion if anything!) and I’m not a child about to go on an egg hunt so what is the point in the greeting unless the intention was to make me feel uncomfortable? Just a simple hello would have been far better. Please don’t let it spread.