I went to a Passover Seder Dinner Wednesday night. It put me in touch with my inner Jewishness. All the talk of lahiem and matzo, got me wanting to not only to partake in a Seder dinner every Passover, but also to crash a few Bar Mitzvahs and join in on spinning the dradle every now and again.


I am a Christian, and going to a Seder dinner brings into sharper focus what this holiday represents, and helps me to remember that this whole Easter season is bigger than a giant marshmallow peep, and it’s even bigger than Reese’s peanut butter eggs. Still, it doesn’t mean I’m not going to eat this sucker for breakfast:



2 thoughts on “Lahiem

  1. I went to a Seder dinner last night. It was interesting, I’m a Christian too, but our church wanted us to learn ’bout our roots.
    God bless the Reese’s Peanut Butter Egg!

  2. Oh, my dear…you just granted me with 10 minutes of loud giggling while I got caught up on Hippo Brigade. Thank you.

    Eric and I participated in a Passover feast several years ago with some close friends of our family who are Jewish. I thought it was fascinating. And all the wine was a nice perk too.

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