I have a feeling that, had they been in separate locations, I would have just cried twice in the grocery store.
This way, it was one-stop shopping and crying. Convenient....
Solly didn't notice.
Yael didn't notice.
In fact, she noticed the macaroons with great excitement, and I wiped my tears as I helped her pick out the chocolate ones.
"I love these!" she said.
"You know who else loved these?" I said back.
Every holiday that comes brings another opportunity for tears, doesn't it?ReplyDelete
That lice mask is adorable. Do you make them for all ten plagues? I might have to try that for my kid...
I buy them at the grocery store usually...I can send you some if you want :-)ReplyDelete
Crying with you, Phyllis.ReplyDelete
Laughing, too. Love these pictures. As always.
Next time I have an opportunity to eat a macaroon, I'll eat it for Sammy, especially since it's not on my diet.ReplyDelete
Now I'm crying at my desk...ReplyDelete
xoxo from NYC.
Passover, Pass-sammy; a little light that won't go out, macaroons still sweetReplyDelete
thinking of your family.ReplyDelete