After coffee, morning prayers, a hearty breakfast, and a trip to the grocery store to buy bottled water –
I will be starting my road trip. Yeah!
1,330 miles northward.
Day One: I drive 150 miles to Orlando, Florida.
-check into my hotel and head over to Daigon Alley at Universal Studios.
-at 820pm, I will be in the cinema, using the movie pass I got for donating blood, to see “Home”.
Day Two: More Daigon Alley.
Day Three: Still more vacay.
-at 8pm, I will be at Chabad of South Orlando taking part in the community Passover Seder.
(Chabad? I know… Believe you me I feel conflicted about it – but, who knows? Maybe I will meet my perfect mate. A lot of tourists stop there for the mitzvah of the Pesach Seder.)
Joy of Kosher http://www.joyofkosher.com/2012/04/passover-prep-the-seder-plate/
Next stop, probably Nashville, Tennessee
and then – my new home.
A few days ago, a coworker at the clothing store said to me something along the lines of “Maybe this home will last for a long time.”
She had that look that says “Eliyahu HaNavi” to me, which means that God intervenes in my life to send me in the best direction. Until she said that, it had not occurred to me that I could stay at my brother’s house beyond the 1st of Elul (August 16, 2015).
But now my mind is open to the possibility of success.
It could be great in Illinois. Maybe I will transfer my Funeral Director’s license and go back to work in my field? Maybe I will make a home for myself? Maybe I will finally learn to cook? Now that would take a real miracle.
Happy Pesach Passover to all.
Enjoy your freedoms, especially the freedom to worship or not to worship, each person according to their own heart.