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Because I'm on an LJ spree, that's why.

Passover is going to be interesting this year. My dad is mid-radiation, so my mom wanted to have the seders in Gainesville. My dad isn't up for that, and I can't miss class, so that won't work.

So it looks like my optimal situation is having an extra seder, a day early, Sunday night. Then my dad can spend Pesach with us and still go to radiation on Monday.

Then, we'll have another seder Monday night sans Daddy, and then my mom and sister might go up to Atlanta and spend the 2nd/3rd night there on their way to UNC Chapel HIll (for Deb to visit).

Matthew and Kalina aren't coming this year, but I think I'm going up to visit them in Baltimore after finals.

They'll be down soon after though, on June 1st, because MY LITTLE SISTER IS GRADUATING FROM HIGH SCHOOL. She's such a grown up.

Maybe more in a little while. I feel like writing today.

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chapstickqueen
Mar. 16th, 2010 02:16 am (UTC)
My family is doing Passover on Sunday too!
Oooh I LOVE Chapel Hill — I stayed there for a couple of days on a roadtrip in 2005. Adorable town with lots of yummy restaurants.
thisgirliknow
Mar. 16th, 2010 02:19 am (UTC)
Weird, but awesome. Sometimes you just have to change around holidays in order to be with family, or because it's just easier.

I love Chapel Hill too, and it's a great school. Deb got in, which is pretty hard to do out of state, but she probably will end up at UF.
brittdreams
Mar. 16th, 2010 02:46 am (UTC)
I'm going to be different and say that I hated Chapel Hill when I visited with my sister when she was considering going there. And, funny enough, had I visited Princeton, I would've realized that it reminded me of UNC-CH and not gone there.
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