Letters to Tuvia Y3/#sol18 3/29 Holiday is Getting Closer

Almost the end of a long day of driving to Brooklyn and back to pick up two cuties for Passover, so they can share the Seders with their cousins.  All 6 will sit around the table with lots of  older family for a Seder that will totally focus on them, on what will hold their interest.

It’s been a long day of driving and getting the kids adjusted…

Family… so good as we end this 11th Slice of Life March Marathon!

We will miss you at the table Tuv,

Bonnie S.

 

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8 thoughts

  1. There is nothing better than to be together around the table. May your weekend be blessed and may your heart overflow in love.

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