April 16

Our Modern Danish  table can put another Seder notch on its self. Our Seder was a mixture of traditional and current content. Our conversations went from " Marriage at first sight" to never forgetting the Four Questions in Hebrew. The food ranged from home made gefilte fish from the cook book"Gefilte Manifesto" to brisket and a date,mango, apple,peach and pear charotse, to floater matzah balls. There is a tradition of hiding half of a matzoh and the person finding it gets a  reward. Some families give money, but we always gave a small gift. I found just the right gift at Goodwill. A small wooden ,sorta box, that said" I love us". Perfect.

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29.08 | 13:45

Don't quite know how this got to me but it was on the top line of my computer (not in email) But I really enjoyed it. I truly admire you.

31.07 | 07:02

Leona, do you have a date or a booked flight that you come back ?

20.07 | 13:55

Everything sounds so wonderful Leona. Venice will seem boring . I would want to move to Portownsend where the kids are living. All sounds great . Is there?

19.07 | 12:33

That lavender sounds very nice!

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