Hope everyone had a nice holiday.
I made these over the weekend for a Seder we went to and it was delicious!
Friends of ours agreed to let us use their house to host the Seder and there were ten of us. There were only 3 people there that are or were practicing Jews as well as vegetarian so it made for a very entertaining event. The food was delicious, the company fun and the 4 kids under the age of 3 seemed to enjoy. Our Seder was VERY brief due to the children, but that was okay. I admit we failed to take out little man to Easter Mass this year, but I hope to do so next year. I would like to take him to Church a little more often, but I do not belong to one and well, I am not even sure which Church to hit up. I could go to the Lutheran one down the street which would be a whole new experience for us. I love Church of the Redeemer (Episcopal) in Morristown, but I would like to find something closer that has their energy. Oh well, I will figure it out at some point.
I have solved a serious plot point in my novel and have moved on from that horrific blockage. Whooo hoo! This means I should be done in the next few days and can send it off to my friend for feedback! This also means I will now return to the world of Angels and hunker down on that one. I am excited. The creative juices are flowing and I need to crank it all out. I am still trying to get it together to write short stories too, but I figure, take a step at a time, do what I can and it will sort itself out. At least I hope it will. Rock on.