Passover 2022 – We’re Back! Our Passover celebration went back to its pre-pandemic glory! Can you tell which table is from 2019 and which is from 2022?? As the pandemic picked up speed and we began lockdown in 2020, I knew I had to act fast. I quickly ordered the books for the seder (the […]
Prevent Child Abuse America – Happy 50th Anniversary! #GrowingBetterTogether
This post is sponsored by Prevent Child Abuse America I have partnered with Prevent Child Abuse America, on their 50th Anniversary year of being a champion for children. PCA America is the oldest and largest organization committed to preventing child abuse and neglect before it happens, and to support their 50th Anniversary celebration, I am […]
Chicken Soup Jewish Style! #soup #chickensoup #kosher #love #cooking #recipes #love #food
Chicken Soup Jewish Style What is Jewish style you ask? Jewish style chicken soup requires that you use a kosher chicken. There is salt involved in the process of koshering chickens, so it comes ready to boil over with flavor! This recipe was handed down from my Grandmother to my mother, and the whole […]
Easter & Passover Family Holiday Photos w/Linky!
Easter & Passover
Paul Has Two New Cousins! w/Linky! #pets #animals
The crazy thing is, both families have puppies from Puerto Rico. First, Paul’s new cousin, Lupita, is my brother’s new puppy. She is feisty and adorable. Second is cousin Gloria, she was withdrawn and quiet, getting used to her new home at my sister-in-laws house. We love our new family members!
Passover Pictures, w/Explanation & w/Linky! #Passover #Holidays
I love pictures of my son, Paul, and my dad, Paul. Here you see them delivering food from the third floor in my brother’s house, to the main floor dining room. Yes, my folks live with my brother, and my mom gave up being in charge of the Passover seders, but still makes massive amounts […]
My Long Road to Becoming A Father! #FathersDay #HappyFathersDay #parenting #adoption #gaydads
As a teenager I would fantasize about being married and having a family. Looking back I suppose it was a way to deny what I knew in my heart: I was gay In the 70’s gay people didn’t have kids. If I had a family, then I wasn’t gay. That ended up not working. I […]