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Shabbat Chol HaMoed Pesach, 7th & 8th days of Pesach

My last boss at DuPont told me he had been president of a Jewish fraternity in college, even though he wasn’t Jewish.  However, he didn’t realize that Pesach lasts more than the first two days.  No, I don’t know the … Continue reading

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7th & 8th days of Pesach

Yes, it is still Passover (Pesach).  It’s an 8-day holiday (7 for Reform).  We are still crunching matzah.  And there’s stuff left to do, besides starting to pack up the Pesach stuff.  For example, on the 2nd night, we began … Continue reading

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Beshallach (Ex. 13:17–17:16), Shabbat Shirah, Tu Bishvat

With everyone busily preparing for the blizzard due to hit us tonight and tomorrow (Gas for the snow blower? Check. Milk? Check. Bread? Check.  Working flashlight?  Hand-cranked radio?  Somewhere around here. Potent potables? Check.), it’s hard to accept that Tu … Continue reading

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7th & 8th days of Pesach

The end is nigh, both of winter and of Passover (Pesach).  My husband’s culinary efforts for two sedarim were greatly enjoyed.  He has made his matzah brei and I plan to make chremzlach Thursday or Friday morning.  Instead of planning … Continue reading

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Beshallach (Ex. 13:17–17:16), Shabbat Shirah, Tu Bishvat

This is not a great time of year to be in a choral group.  In addition to omnipresent respiratory infections, a group’s carefully planned rehearsal schedule can be instantly derailed by the weather.  Yet I’m usually in two groups at … Continue reading

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Shabbat Chol HaMoed Pesach, 7th & 8th days of Pesach

I’ve pretty much recovered from the holiday preparations and start of the holiday.  And my husband, who’s off for Good Friday, made matzah brei   for breakfast, which was yummy.  But my mind is still fragmented, and it’s spring according to … Continue reading

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