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    Passover plans?

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    Anyone have any big plans for Passover? Going somewhere or hosting? What are you cooking?
    We are going to a friends house for the first night and the Temple for the community Seder the second night. Tomorrow my daughters school is hosing a model Seder and a small private Christian school is coming to visit.
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    I was planning oin hanging outside someone's house, hopefully with kids, and when they open the door for elija, walk in and drink the wine then say thanks, fold up my wings, and walk back out.
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    Happy Passover! We aren't Jewish; but, we do remember Passover in remembrance. I'll probably make Matza soup (because I like it!!) and the yummy apple stuff. Hubby would like lamb for supper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guynavywife View Post
    I was planning oin hanging outside someone's house, hopefully with kids, and when they open the door for elija, walk in and drink the wine then say thanks, fold up my wings, and walk back out.
    Now That seems like a fun Passover lol I would almost pay you to do that to my child. She would trip out.
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    I am cooking for 10. 2 just cancelled. My mother is here, my wife is home, her sister and her friend are here. 9 cats, 5 dogs.
    I am almost done with my first bottle of wine. Dinner is at 7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guynavywife View Post
    I am cooking for 10. 2 just cancelled. My mother is here, my wife is home, her sister and her friend are here. 9 cats, 5 dogs.
    I am almost done with my first bottle of wine. Dinner is at 7.
    I love your sense of humor
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curious_Nicole View Post
    I love your sense of humor
    Thanks. I believe the personal misery of the Jewish family should be shared and served with a sense of humour, alcohol and an aspirin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleMsSunshine View Post
    I think it's really funny when people come on here, and automatically assume that everyone here is a gung-ho, hoo-rah, i-bleed-red-white-and-blue, kiss-my-military-ass, people-in-uniform-can-do-no-wrong, and i'm-entitled-to-everything bitch.
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    I went upstate with my friend from college and her family. I've been doing that for the past 10 years. Looking forward to hosting my own one day... would be fun since my BF is not Jewish and has never been to a seder/doesn't really know what Passover is

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