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Linda Grant, thinking about clothes, books and other matters.

Monday, 21 April 2008

Lia does Passover

Top Baby Lia examines matzah


Toby Wollin said...

And, she is right to do so. I don't know if I'm the only one out there with this problem but, mmm, Matzoh does not "agree" with me, so I tend to limit my intake during the holiday.

Deja Pseu said...

I stick to whole wheat matzoh. Tastes like cardboard, but is edible smeared with butter or peanut butter, and has less of a "binding" effect. ;-)

lagatta à Montréal said...

Joyeux Pessach, ma belle petite Lia!

I was invited to Seder this year, but in Paris (him Ashkenazi - of Polish descent, her Sephardic - Moroccan). Alas, too much work and not enough money to make a short trip! Lia is very fetching - is she the one who had the lovely Agnès B dress a while back? My, they grow up fast at that age.

Here in Montréal nominal and actual Western Christians had a horrid Easter - early and a record snow, which had turned to filthy black ice - both Jews and Eastern Orthodox have it far better this year, with Passover now and Orthodox Easter this coming weekend.

And to return to the central theme of this blog, will be able to dress elegantly - and thoughtfully.

lagatta à Montréal, in case software fails to register my name...

phyllis said...

Lia has great wisdom at a tender age. As T.S. Eliot reminds us, "Never commit yourself to a cheese without having first examined it."

Toby Wollin said...

Hooray for Phyllis!! I love that.