Okay, I'll confess: I've been crabby about that "doubting Thomas" thing for a few years now. Poor Thomas has been libelled as a "doubter" for eons, when there is so much more to him than that (how about "courageous Thomas"? -- He is the one who says to Jesus in John 11, "Let us go, that we may die with him.")
Anyway, in this 2nd week of resurrection appearances, what are you focussing on? Jesus and his wounds? The breath of the Holy Spirit? The testimony of Peter in Acts 2? Or would it be some aspect of Thomas' story?
As for me, I'm meditating on Jesus' greeting: "Peace be with you", and what it means to share the peace -- really. I'm also drinking coffee, and eating oatmeal with blueberries (and a little brown sugar!) -- working on the cholesterol thing.
How about you? What are you working on? Preaching? Playing? Scratching your head over a children's message? Or recovering? Pull up a chair, show us your wounds, tell us your stories.
So -- we're not on the cruise! There's always next year -- right?