Mary Magdalene (among other women and some disciples) made their way to the tomb with the spices. Women took care of preparing the bodies for their eternal rest. When they got there the stone had been rolled away and Jesus' body was gone. The guards were placed at the tomb to make sure that no one took the body were in a sleep like state. This must have been confusing to Mary and the others. The disciples ran back home, but Mary stayed behind (not sure if the other women left as well). Mary must have been so overtaken with grief that when the two angels asked her why she was crying, her answer was "They have taken my Lord away and I don't know where they have put him." As if she didn't skip a beat seeing angels. Then Jesus asked "Why are you crying? Who is it you are looking for?" Mary thinking that Jesus was the gardener asked Him where the body was. This was a women in despair, she didn't even realize that this was Jesus in front of her.
Then Jesus spoke one word, Mary, then she knew that Jesus was alive and right in front of her. Jesus said an interesting thing to Mary, he said "Do not hold on to me, for I have not yet returned to the Father. Go instead to my brothers and tell them, 'I am returning to my Father and your Father, to my God and your God.'" Jesus said to not hold on to him for he had not yet returned to the Father. His mission was not over just yet. Mary was to go tell the disciples and when she got there they did not believe her. The very first person to spread the Good News was a woman, this is an amazing fact that often gets overlooked. She told the disciples, the men who had seen the miracles that Jesus had performed over the last few years, yet they still did not believe.
If you tell others about Jesus then there will be many who do not listen, but that should not stop any of us from sharing His story. It is part of our job as Christians to tell about Jesus, God, the Holy Spirit and what He has done in our lives.
Hope you all have a blessed day and a happy Easter!