The Spring Dilemma
My friends over at NextGenBlog published my Spring Dilemma piece, a humorous look at the less-talked-about holiday season of Easter and Passover. Here’s a peek at the piece.
I’ve always enjoyed Passover. Even as a kid, the ceremonial seder and meal can be made quite fun with singing, re-enacting the ten plagues, and the four cups of wine (okay maybe that part becomes more enjoyable as you get into the teenage years and beyond).
But truth be told, it’s hard to compete with Easter. The bunnies, chicks, baskets of toys, Cadbury Eggs, the thrill of finding plastic colored eggs filled with jelly beans and chocolate. What kid wouldn’t like that? And let’s be honest, matzo pales in comparison to this sort of spring loot.
Click over to NextGenBlog to read the rest.
By the way, those you loyal Leah’s Thoughts readers may recall I posted the original (slightly different) version of this piece last year entitled Chocolate Bunnies vs. Matzo: The Spring Dilemma, complete with cute photos of the Easter Beagle and Matzo Beagle.