There was an intense storm that felled several trees in the area (this one is on Emory's campus) and killed six people :(
Spring arrived, again, which is pretty exciting if you were living in the Midwest or Ireland last year when it remained chilly until June.
I'm trying to sprout seeds again. The chevril is so far more successful and less finicky than basil (I cannot keep basil alive).
Little parsley-like leaves are sprouting now.
Wedding update! our invitations have arrived and they are GORGEOUS. In the picture below they're still wrapped. No sneak peaks until they've been mailed.
The top right painting is the draft for the invitation we're making for our second ceremony in Northfield, MN. Top left is a bud arrangement of ranunculus, which might be my favorite right now.
Bottom left, Matzoh Ball Gumbo, (published by UNC Press!) a collection of recipes and stories of the southern-Jewish experience, a little light-reading in preparation for Passover.
More to come on weddings and Seders in the next few weeks I'm sure. Have a great weekend!