Yes, I'm using the Eastern Term for Holy Week And an icon of Christ the Bridegroom, showing Jesus in the purple robe with which he was mocked and crowned with a crown of thorns. Interestingly, the Orthodox tradition has no celebration of the Eucharist on the 1st 3 days of Holy Week, but Communion from the Reserved Sacrament (Vespers and Liturgy of the Presanctified), with anointing on the Wednesday in remembrance of his anointing with perfume (John 12:1-9) as a sign of his impending death. Foot washing takes place on the Thursday morning during the Chrism Mass. And there is no Eucharist in any form on Good Friday or Holy Saturday.
I'm actually rather better prepared for Holy Week this year than I have been for ages. I went to mass, confession and rosary yesterday - and I haven't been a penitent since my crack up by in 2009. (Mind you, your sharing at meetings does a very reasonable substitute in terms of psychology and non-judgementalism). matins, mass and then an evening service of lessons, hymns and music + Compline today. perhaps this year will be different. Every year is. I'll be at St Michael's for Maundy Thursday and Good Friday, then off to Burnmouth and Rachel, Easter Eve will be Berwick upon Tweed and Easter Day in Eyemouth. They won't be quite like Spikey Mike's but then - nowhere is!
Have a Great and Holy Week.