Spring!

It's spring and I'm thinking about being outside in the hammock.

Today I'm recovering from yesterday, a busy Good Friday First Seder day.  Up early, cooking for tonight, off to St. Bartholomew's for a Good Friday service, then home to pick up Anne and off to Anne's brother's for the first night of Passover, picking up Anne's mother along the way.

Tomorrow it's sunrise at First Presbyterian Church of Yorktown and then into the garden to set up the tomato bed.

Monday it's back to work.

And I'll wish I had some hammock time!

Happy Easter and Passover, everyone!

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