Although last weekend was Kim’s fifth time hosting her own Passover Seder, this was the first year it was outside. With a beautiful view over the James River as the sun set, we all took our seats in her backyard and made our way, more-or-less, through the many traditional Jewish dishes and stories that accompany the meal.
I guess the Easter Bunny has to resort to “plan B” when people move and don’t file a change-of-address form. Oops.
(PS – I have the best mother)
The rain decorated my car in flowers while I was at an assignment tonight.
Douglas Tolley wasn’t home when a stray bullet from a nearby wooded area shattered a window on the front of his home. But his wife was. Luckily in a different part of the house, she thought the crash was made by the couple’s german shepherd puppy. Unable to find anything amiss, however, she dismissed the incident. Douglas discovered broken glass several days later and realized what had happened. He isn’t pressing any charges but wants people to realize that if they are shooting outdoors and miss their target, they need to think about where that bullet might end up.
This shoot was a fun little challenge in controlling reflections, remotes and a wobbly ladder. I’m thankful Douglas was patient while I was getting it all set up.
Palm Sunday kids beach easter egg hunt at the Jersey shore.