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“Latins are tenderly enthusiastic. In Brazil, they throw flowers at you. In Argentina, they throw themselves." -- Marlene Dietrich

A Hanukkah weekend in photos

To celebrate the first night of Hanukkah, Shiftless Badger and Foxymoron invited The Princess and me and other friends and family to their place Friday night. Our hosts cooked an incredibly tasty leg of lamb, we drank lots of wine and port, and Foxymoron’s sister won all my gelt during a rousing dreidel game.



I love lamb.



I love port. And Picasa.



After a hearty brunch of dim sum in Wheaton Saturday, The Princess tricked me into going to a cookie-making party. While everyone used the typical cookie cutters – Easter Bunnies, Xmas trees, and gingerbread men – I made Stars of David, elephants, and my initials.

That evening, our friends Z and S came over with their three-month-old Rayban, who is pretty much the cutest baby ever born.



The Princess' uterus jumped when she saw this photo.



GoPats and I finally had our totally heterosexual photo-taking field trip. We went to the National Cathedral where we snapped a bunch of shots from the east tower. Unfortunately, services were in session and closed to the public, which I interpreted as the Cathedral’s way of saying, “Don’t even try it, Jews.”



Inside the tower.



Front of the Cathedral.

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