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Interfaith Marriage: A Catholic Contemplates Passover

Passover begins tonight, followed quickly by Easter. As a former Catholic married to a Jew, I hate this time of year. It reminds me — once again — of just how unresolved my husband and I are about the status of religion within our family.

Yesterday, I was over on PoliticsDaily.com talking about how hard this time of year is for those of us in inter-faith marriages.

Have a look

Image: Passover by Ohad* via Flickr under a Creative Commons License.

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Have Fun in Old Age: Tell a Joke!

I talked in Monday’s post about the importance of choosing a career that you both enjoy and are good at. But it’s also important, as we grow older, to have a good time outside of work.

Here’s a link to a website of people doing just that. It’s called Old Jews Telling Jokes and it’s just that.

What a fantastic way to spend one’s leisure time!

(Tip: Scroll down and listen to Bert Busch on “healthcare.” Warning: adults only!!)

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