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The best Passover Seder

The best Passover Seder

Passover last night was one I won’t soon forget. A big thank you to my cousin Stacy and her fiancé Robby for putting it together. There were roughly 27 families connected through Zoom reading the Seder. The new normal of our everyday lives these days. I must give a hysterical shout out to the addition on the 10 plagues of the coronavirus. It was really funny. That detail and the rendition of Dayenu. For over 40 years we’ve sung that…

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Let the festivities begin

Let the festivities begin

The car is packed and we are ready to go. The car is packed to the gills I should say. There is barley enough room for me to sit. I have to laugh because I’ve been warned that I have no gifts this year. My reply was you bought me a condo, I think I’m ok. I’m more excited to give out my gifts anyway. They may be small but I think I did well. We are going up to…

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The final stretch

The final stretch

December is here already. These years are feeling like they are speeding up as I get older. This is a big month for me. My step mom and Dad both turn 75 this month and they also celebrate a 25 year anniversary. Happy birthday and anniversary to them. Big milestone marks and celebrations. Unfortunately, I won’t see them until February when I go to Florida but I can visit and celebrate over the phone. My dad is getting a pacemaker…

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Things I’m thankful for…

Things I’m thankful for…

Happy Thanksgiving for those in the US. We have a tradition, started by my sister, that we go around the table to say what we are thankful for each year. This year I decided to blog my list. My daughter. She is and will always be the center of my world. She is the gift I get to keep watching evolve each year and change and become the beautiful picture she is today. She is my proudest moment in any…

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