Sunday, March 29, 2015

Scav Hunt Sunday: Spinning and Salt

On the floor:
The view from the kitchen floor, some shoes and things on the floor...

I've recently become addicted to the spin bikes at the gym. What a workout!

Some finishing salt - found it at Trader Joe's, called pyramid salt.

Two baby lions...that's a pride...right?

"In every generation, a person is obligated to see themselves as they had left Egypt." With Passover around the corner, the holiday spirit is all around school. This is one of my favorite verses from the Haggadah - each year I get to relive the story of leaving Egypt, each year I am a year older and can see myself there in a different way.

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11 thoughts on the matter:

Nukke said... {Reply}

Your me photo is touching, cool and you can be proud of your religion (or can people be proud of their religion or way of living or ..) Lions in so cute and your addiction is much more healtier than my coffee.
Have a nice week !

Anu said... {Reply}

You have a healthy addiction. And what a cute pride of lions!

Anonymous said... {Reply}

Oh I used to love spinning! Enjoy!

Kristiina said... {Reply}

As a food enthusiast salty picture is to my liking. And the lions are cute. But the Me picture really speaks to me.

R. Täysin arkista

tinajo said... {Reply}

I was spinning quite some time as well a couple of years ago, not sure why I let that slip. :-P

PauMau said... {Reply}

Seems that we have same addictions and also share the same things on the floor :)

Those Lego(?)lion things are so cute, some retro vibes.

Anonymous said... {Reply}

ooo baby lions :) yes, a pride.

Gina Kleinworth said... {Reply}

Oh what cool salt - I'll have to find some here.

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

These are always fun and creative! That salt looks good! I will have to look for it!

Anonymous said... {Reply}

I love the lions for the pride topic. Cool idea. The sunshine coming in on your On the Floor topic is also great!
I've never heard of pyramid salt before. What's it used for?
Have a good week!

Dara @ Not In Jersey said... {Reply}

oh! I didn't realize that b'chol dor v'dor came from the hagadda. my kids sing a song to the tune of row row row your boat for that verse.