The clocks 'jumped forward' an hour Thursday night / Friday morning - so that led to jetlag for Z and happiness for me (because now I'm waking up at 6:15 instead of 5:15! Hahahaaaa!)
Shabbos was quiet and delightful. Sara joined us. Dinner was sweet (and sour - except they weren't really 'sour') meatballs, pasta, green beans, pineapple kugel and the usual chicken soup, and spreads. Lunch was an AMAZING vegetable lasagna, salmon, and a big tossed salad with mandarin oranges.
Sunday was a 'do nothing day' - Z spent ALL day studying for a moed-bet and the test was at 5pm. I spent the entire day in bed - so as not to be tempted to bake more cookies...
This morning was quite eventful. Went to the kupat-cholim for our first 'monitor' of the week. Jellybean snoozed through it so I was sent out to load-up on sugar and walk for a bit. We headed up to the post-office to pick up an important piece of registered mail then after a white-chocolate 'Magnum' (ice cream on a stick) we went back to the drs office when Jellybean proceeded to bounce around so much the nurse was sure I'd taken some sort of illegal drug. (Only joking - but the baby DID go absolutely bonkers.)
Z went to his classes and was home again by 3:30. So we decided to get a few additional errands done. We went to the local car-wash (and got a full inside/outside cleaning job done) for a whopping 35 shekels. Then we stopped off at our neighbors house and picked up our box of shmura-matzahs.
Now we're REALLY ready for the holiday!