By Meg Sullivan
In our new world ‘order,’ remembering that Seder is what — and when — you make it
It was the morning of the first Seder in 2018 when I woke up to a series of missed calls from my dad. My gut seized. Multiple missed calls are never good. “Meg, we’re in the E.R.,” he said when I reached him. “Your mother was having trouble lifting her arms above her head to…
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