Captain’s Log 5,957
My first Channukah dinner was amazing. I was very touched by my friend’s hospitality. I was greeted by her and her lovely son. Dinner was ready to be served and the menorah was ready to be lit. She beckoned me over to the ledge and I saw not one, but two menorahs. The second one was for me to light – and then to keep for my own.
We ate, we talked about the new movie about Moses (which the son said is totally horrendous), and we talked about how things change as we get older. It was absolutely lovely.
Cheese enchiladas with mole sauce. The chocolate and spices were absolutely ….. sublime!
My very own menorah and candles. Plus the traditional chocolate gelt made in the Netherlands. So good!
It was a touching evening. I am blessed to know such wonderful people who opened their home to me and made me feel so welcome.
And now I am moving on to the next museum project. The car symphony. Here is a teaser photo of the guitars made from gas tanks and hubcaps. And one drum made from a wheel rim and a hub cap. There are eight drums but the stands are not quite ready yet.
This is going to be fun!