March 26 2010

My Aching Hip

I wasn’t sure if I was going to be up to writing this Pesach but Gerty has urged me to try to give it the best that I can. It hasn’t been an easy couple of months for good ole Bernie. At the beginning of February I had hip-replacement surgery. I have been at home recovering slowly but Gerty has been by my side every step of the way. She has been waiting on me hand and foot and I love her more each day. I finally got to go outside last week and enjoy the beautiful early spring weather. I took a slow “stroll” around the block to get a nice cup of coffee with Gerty and my dear Annie. It felt so good to feel the warm breeze on my face as I had been cooped up for so many weeks.

Right here and now I promise to post a few new recipes and to keep you all in the loop during Pesach 2010. This year I will be watching the cooking instead of doing the chopping and stirring myself. One thing I know I will be doing a lot of is eating and spending time with my wonderful family… my favorite part of holidays. What’s your favorite part? I would love to hear a favorite memory or story from your Passover past or present.


Comments:

Bernie
I am so glad to see you are up and about again

I look forward to your holiday recipes and great
stories.

Going to start cooking for Pesach now. Hope
you can make it.

Fzc

By Fes on 2010 03 26


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