Have a Blessed Holy Week


As with any new season, we often find ourselves in a rut. Things that worked perfectly before now seem dusty and drab, and just…not quite what they were originally envisioned. 

This home page with be getting a new look in the coming weeks. I’m still trying to sort it out. One thing about WordPress as opposed to a website is I find it difficult to layout a page that isn’t strictly linear top to bottom. Sometimes, I’d like three pictures on the same line that link to related pages.

I’m going to work on that.

My regular writings will continue to appear here; they just might also be crossreferenced to another page that would serve as a resource for that topic.

In the meantime, this is a Holy Week for many. Our family is busy as are many others around the world.

Passover begins at sundown on April 10. Except for the U-bet chocolate syrup, these are a few of the things that I found on store shelves that were never even in anyone’s mind’s eye when I was a child. We had matzo and gefilte fish for Passover. And then we had some more matzo and gefilte fish. One year I bought all the new and fun stuff. Not anymore. Sorry, kids. Matzo and gefilte fish. And maybe an Orem cake for dessert. (c)2017

My beautiful church decked out for Palm Sunday. Getting ready for Holy Week. I will be at my church everyday this week, twice on some days. And to be honest, I love it. (c)2017

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Enjoy and Welcome – – – –