And we're back.
Another Pesach is over and done with. Pesach was, all at the same time, long and beautiful and fattening. The kitchen has been returned to its rightful chametz disposition. The haggadahs and school projects have been packed away and we have all had a piece of birthday cake for good measure. Yup, this time it was my brithday and no, this time I did not bake myself a cake. My parents were kind enough to bring one - although I think they might have miscounted the number of people eating when deciding on the size of the cake because this cake could easily feed thirty. Really. Look.
But I appreciated this huge cake from Costco. It was delicious. And I even more appreciated the fact that 3/4 of it went home to my cousins.The last thing I need is a yummy birthday cake lurking around my kitchen. The post-Pesach food plan is back in full swing. After all, summer is coming - or maybe it's already here. 90 degree weather in mid-April is just a little concerning. But not from a global warming perspective, more from an "oh-no-it-cannot-be-time-to-switch-the-clothes-in-the-kids'-dressers-again" kind of perspective. But oh-yes it is! Fun for all and project for an entire day.
Are you a Mom?
Of course you are,
your shirt is dirty :)