Posts Tagged With: Seder plate

Day 2337: How to have a nice day

Here are some hints about how to have a nice day (based on my nice yesterday):

  • Take nice photos to share with nice people.
  • Be ready to use helping signs.

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  • Nicely help yourself and others.

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  • Say “please.”
  • Work on acceptance and hope.

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  • Be strong (and also vulnerable).

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  • Consider forgiveness.

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  • Use productivity hacks.
  • Be open to (and less rigid  about)  new experiences and understanding.

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  • Put aside what’s not good for you (if only for the day).

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  • Do things for fun!

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  • Sing new songs, no matter who and how old you are.
  • Consider the past and the future while remaining present.

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  • Plan a date night.

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  • Share love — locally and globally.
  • Be where you are, completely.

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How do you have a nice day?

Here‘s the nice Bon Jovi singing “Have a nice day.”

 

Nice thanks to all the nice people who helped me create today’s post and — of course! — to YOU.

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Day 1916: Time Matzahs On

“Time matzahs on” is something my late father used to say during Passover, which started last night.

Here are some timely and matzah-related images from last night’s seder at my sister Ellen’s.

 

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It’s time for two versions of that song — the original and one with matzah.

As time matzahs on, I’ve had a ball at many seders and many baseball games at Fenway park in Boston.

I look forward to your comments, with or without matzahs or puns.

So matzah thanks to Ellen, her spouse Linda, my cousin Lani, Michael, my late father,  my late mother, dramaramasam,  everybody else who helped me write this “Time Matzahs On” post and — of course! — everybody who matzahs over to this blog to read it, including YOU.

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