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Saturday, April 19, 2008

It has come to this

My level of exhaustion is so bad I let the Girl make the matzoh balls. I did. I know she is the world's most uncooperative cook, and she can't stand to touch food, but honestly, I'm just too wiped to cook any more.

The turkey is done, the stuffing is in the oven, and once the MBs boil, we'll be done. Lord only knows how we're going to get all this food over to the Seder location, but we'll figure it out. Later. Because now...nap.

I'm so tired of Pesach and it hasn't even started yet. There is just no way I'm going to make it through a long seder without a cup of coffee. A really BIG cup of coffee. Like in a bucket.

I swear that after tomorrow posts here will more exciting. Unfortunately, at this point I'm basically brain dead. You would not even believe how many typos I've made just trying to get this missive up. OMG, it's pathetic.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Dave2 said...

COFFEE? I thought you were supposed to drink four Super-Big-Gulps of WINE at a Passover Seder! Or are my Jewish friends just making that up as an excuse to drink too much alcohol? :-)

19/4/08 5:00 PM  
Blogger margalit said...

Oh, I drank four BIG glasses of Pinot Grigio. Kosher from Italy Pinot Grigio. It was GOOD.

19/4/08 10:50 PM  

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