Saturday, March 14, 2009

There is one word that strikes abject fear in my heart...

...this time of year.

"Pesach". (otherwise known as Passover).

9 comments:

mother in israel said...

I've started the ball rolling with some Pesach humor.
http://www.amotherinisrael.com/2009/03/15/why-average-haredi-families-go-to-hotels-for-pesach/

Leora said...

I'm with you, Baila. I'm thinking spring and gardening. No need to spoil the beautiful weather.

SuperRaizy said...

Hey, I thought there was no profanity on this blog!
(How about this phrase:
"three-day-yom-tov"???!!!)
(applicable only out here in the lovely diaspora)

Benji Lovitt said...

NOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!

What about taxes? Those aren't fun either, even when we live abroad.

ilanadavita said...

Just see what you mean! Let's try and look at the brighter side of it.

RivkA with a capital A said...

SuperRaizy -- you beat me to the punch line!!

;-)

Jew Wishes said...

I'm trying not to stress over Pesach, and all it involves.

My gardening calls me, my genealogical pursuits call me, my photography calls me.

SuperRaizy said...

RivkA:
Ilana-Davita always says: Great minds think alike!
Jew Wishes:
Those things might call you, but like it or not, Pesach is gonna get you!

Anonymous said...

Baila, your a pro don't stress it. Erev Pesech in moddin was great last year. wish we could do it again. miss you.
nw