Part of the lost tribe that found its way to Ocean Grove for a seder at Eileen and Paul’s. April 4, 2015. Ed Faust photographer. (reposted from Passover 2015 on Mt. Hermon Way; Mt. Hermon is mentioned in the Bible and is at the northern border of Israel with Lebanon and Syria.)
April 10 is the first night of Passover. My Passover motto is “Don’t let your pot roast.” It is the most fun because it is a history lesson retold each year. It is the story of a people who escape from slavery and wander in the dessert for 40 years. Oops, I would prefer to wander among chocolate eclairs, but the correct spelling is desert. Anyhow, you can’t eat in bed during Passover because the matzoh crumbs will haunt you all night long. In the photo above, Eileen and I are in the upper left corner.