This year instead of our annual School’s out trip, we went on a Spring Break trip with friends down to Pensacola, Fl. The weather was a little bit good and a little bit bad. But fun was had, dancing, bananagrams, yummy meals and always lots of laughs. One of the nice days here.
We were at the beach over Passover and Easter so we celebrated both in style and in tradition. The Passover Seder plate and table assembled.
Josh leading us through the Haggadah. All Goyim in attendance enjoyed the prayers and the symbolism. Lovely, lovely night.
My contribution being the Matzo brittle. Delicious.
We also got into the spirit of dying eggs. So much fun and just a wonderful array.
Beach time was sporadic, at best, as it was a bit chilly and windy a few days. But still great to just sit and to fish, of course.
Knox keeping watch. Hoping.
Mose checking out the bait. Sand fleas. Yum?
A very cool morning out with coffee and fishermen. A break from above.
Easter morning brought a few baskets and treats for the kids. The sugar egg is always my favorite. Thanks Sarah.
Josh got the chocolate bunny. No fair.
There was a hunt, too.
Georgia bean hanging out. Looking for a Padima partner.
The bracelet making commenced. They have really stepped up their game after all these years. Even Georgia was cruising through the friendship making.
Mathilda models the Easter cracker prizes. Paper crowns for all.
The big kids on the beach. Wow. Growing up so nicely. Love you all.GO BACK
Beautiful Jilly. You captured our time together perfectly. What a special tradition this has been!