All that you have is your soul (Tracy Chapman).
Friday, 21 April 2006
The last few days of Pesach have been very pleasant. We were invited out to friends on both afternoons and it really made a difference. Aside from the fact that the people who invited us were extremely welcoming and hospitable, the kids had a chance to play, get out of our house and end off the festival in a wonderfully jovial manner.
Dana went through the countless boxes of pans, crockery etc and got rid of at least half. I can't believe that we managed the changeover last night (back to everyday plates and kitchen stuff) in less than an hour and I ended up returning less than ten boxes back to the attic.
If you've celebrated Pesach, you will know exactly what I am talking about....if you haven't...thanks for popping by, have a nice day and think about the countless Jews in the world, who will be eating their first piece of bread/pasta/pizza in ten days.
If you are an Israeli (who finished the festival a day early)...stop laughing!
Submitted by The Scribbler at 07:20