The last two weeks were largely defined by Passover
and spring flowers.
Yeah, sometimes life can be exciting like that.
But, I'll gladly take it.
Our Passover seder was a small group of family,
and with lots of laughs (and lots of wine).
The joy of witnessing the rebirth of spring never gets old.
It cheers me to see the buds on the trees,
and the spring bulbs blooming.
The culmination of the second week
was marked by a road trip to Washington, DC
to celebrate a cousin's Bat Mitzvah.
It was a wonderful evening!
And now, onto the photos!
Selfie with Sadie.
Seder Plate for first night of Passover.
Seder Table Centerpieces.
Morning dew looks like jewels in on the lawn.
Trees in the neighborhood coming to life (and Sadie).
Spring blossoms blooming.
Tappan Zee Bridges (both new and old).
It's a matzoh brei morning.
Day 7 of Passover. I'm officially sick of matzoh, but this matzoh granola is pretty good.
Spring is springing in the neighborhood. The grass is green, and the trees are pink.
Crossing 42nd Street in NYC.
Dinner with friends at that Chinese restaurant I told you about. Of course, we ordered the spicy cucumber salad!
My cousin's Bat Mitzvah in Washington, DC. Pretty in pink!
Mr. Goo Shoe's dinner at Ithaca Ale House: Burger between two grilled cheese sandwiches.