I just spent three hours reorganizing my closets in order to make room to store my new yurt.
I could have stayed at Vann‘s birthday party and watched him paint beautiful women all night. As of noon the day after, he was still painting! Meanwhile, I was hefting trunks full of old memories around.
We all have to be responsible for ourselves and our actions. But still, what’s life without a regret or two?
The answer to that question is: an adventure.
I don't have any great Passover sagas to report this year. The seder was successful: this year I did not make too much food, and most of what I made turned out well.
Continue reading “Passover wrap-up: 2009”
Next week I’m going to present my annual Passover seder. For those of you don’t bother to read my old posts (most of you, I assume… in fact, I’m not sure if anyone reads these posts), here are my earlier ruminations on the subject of Passover:
A Witch Does Passover (Part 1)
A Witch Does Passover (Part 2)
A Witch Does Passover (Part 3)
If you’re not going to a Passover seder, I hope you find your own way to celebrate freedom.