Wednesday, March 27, 2013


I was invited to Sedar last night by my friends, filmakers Rebecca Barron and Doug Goodwin. They had a small gathering, an impromptu visit from a neighbor and Rebecca and Dougs amazingly adorable little girl, Willa. This was my first experience at a Sedar or for Passover for that matter. I especially loved how the entire process was a learning experience and centered much around Willa. Too precious for words and she was into it. The food was symbolic and sometimes metaphorical. It was more about history than eating, in a sense and I enjoyed that. It was a very rich tradition presented in a comfortable and friendly atmosphere. By the end of the evening, i did feel like I had learned as much as Willa, which was sort of funny to me.

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