This year, as Shabbat ends, the Passover holiday begins and the seder and holiday meal is to begin. My preparations started early, but I realized in the past in 1994, 2001, and 2005, before we made aliyah, we had also a second seder – and 3-day holiday with more meals and more guests.
So this year in Jerusalem, one seder should be a-piece-of-Passover-cake easy.
Things are slowly starting to get back to normal – better than last year.
Now back to the kitchen to cook for a real seder— not virtual one.
Next year in Jerusalem!
5 thoughts on “Chag Pesach Sameach”
Chat masher v’sameach!
Chag sameach, hope you can come again soon!
Chag kasher v’sameach!
A sweet and joyful Pesach of good health and gratitude. Best wishes to the whole family. Sharon, thanks for all you do, your creativity, talent, and bringing the real Yerushalyim to the world.
Your comment made the effort worthwhile Thank you and chag sameach