For the next week, shops and restaurants don't sell bread or pasta or cereal. Don't worry, we've stocked up. The cool thing is this. The restaurants create new "kosher for Passover" menus. Yesterday I got a preview of this menu at local coffee shop and ate a kind of cheesy pastry that was delicious. Way to be creative, Restauranteurs.
We have 15 more days here in Host Country. Husbandman is working very hard on his projects. I've taken a different approach which involves not working at all. Reveling in the glory of time off. Driving down to the beach every day. In short, kicking back, enjoying the sun and the sea.
I worked hard on the writing project this year, and now the project is out of my hands. I actually could be doing some more work on it, or I could work on other projects I brought along with me, but enough already. Let's not beat a dead horse. A stitch in time saves nine.