Happy Shavuot, the festival of cheesecake, probably the most interesting feature of this holiday.
I spent all morning at my new PCP, partly just ironing out some initial business issues with the insurance, but also getting my first routine exam here. I was able to get a prescription for my anxiety and depression, and just need to set up some other preventive appointments. The side effects from this new med are…interesting. A polite term for weird!
When I was finally done with the doctor and then the pharmacy–some unfinished business there, too–I drove to Avdi’s to catch up on Shabbat (also, as it happens, Shavuot) preps. I arrived at the same time Kashti got home from his final day of middle school. I baked challah as usual, and made an Italian dinner featuring lots of fresh herbs and lettuces from the garden. Avdi’s friend Amy, whose birthday it was, joined us for dinner and, you guessed it, birthday cheesecake. I enjoyed getting to know her. And eating cheesecake.
Here are some random shots around the house and yard. Now I’m going to bed.