PESACH AND THE ELEVENTH PLAGUE
Shavuah tov, my friends!
So it looks like best practices, as dictated by the CDC, state regulations, and my children, dictate that I NOT fly there for the Pesach community gathering. 🥺 It’s looking like we have to push our plans back about six weeks.
Let’s turn the lemons into lemonade: we can have an amazing Shavuot celebration! It would be wonderful to learn about and enjoy this holiday together, a first!!
Please let me know what you think about that idea ASAP, so that rather than getting a refund on my ticket I can switch it to that time.
Meanwhile, I beg you to observe the social distancing and hygiene practices that Washington state had to wake up to on our own, thanks to that orange menace!!
Life here is so strange: everywhere is deserted, and grocery stores are barely half stocked. No school, no Shul, no anything.
My daughter’s partner works for a funeral home, transporting dead people from their homes to the mortuary. He has been, obviously, way too busy. And as my daughter is immunosuppressed with a chronic illness, we are really scared. Dystopia indeed!
Please check on my Facebook page to find some wonderful prayer and healing services that are being broadcast online by some incredible musicians and clergy!
Stay safe and, as everybody keep saying, WASH YOUR HANDS!!
Sent from my iPhone March 14, 2020
Posted on March 16, 2020, in 2020, 5780, Adar, April, Board, Events, March, Passover, Planning, Ram's Horn and tagged Aitz Chaim, events, Passover, Passover Seder, Pesach, PLANNING. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.