Day and day after

Last night was the Seder: family, good food, the usual. Renee got a new Haggadah for us: The 30 minute Seder. I like to think of myself as open to change, and I often hated the books we used in the past, but I didn't like this one either. I appreciated the brevity, but found it a strange mix of instruction and poor story-telling. After all, we are telling a story during the Seder. Earlier on this wonderful spring day I walked from First Ave. & 93rd St. to Lexington and 56th to have lunch with friends. We sat, talking, almost two hours, then walked in Central Park. Lovely afternoon.

I ate too much last night and didn't want to get out of bed this morning. I didn't drink enough wine to call it a hangover, but that's sort of what it felt like. I had two dates today: big motivation. Met Jacqueline for coffee and a look at her proof sheets–lovely photographs of temples and gardens. Makes me want to return to Japan. I'd like to go from October to May so I could look at the gardens in all seasons. It won't happen, but I can dream.

Met Jean for coffee in the afternoon. We met when I was active with Empire Quilters, years ago. She and Mary are people I've maintained as friends. I come to New York now as much as to see my good friends as to do things in the city. 

2 thoughts on “Day and day after

  1. Oh lovely…..quilting guilds are wonderful doors to new friends. If I didn’t have this itch to paint again, I would take my truly terrible quilting and rejoin a guild.
    Thank you so much for your caring and loving note.

  2. I got a bit buzzed with my Mom and Dad yesterday during a WINE TASTING…they laughed at me and told me I needed to toughen up to hang with them…glad you are having fun…being with friends and family is what is really is all about…

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