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This year as we prepare to celebrate the Passover, our family knows how fortunate we are to enjoy good health and security. With everything going on in the world today, we take time each and every day to tell each other that we love each other and to let each other know that we support one another.
We also talk every day about the war and we make sure to remember and pray for our sisters and brothers in Ukraine. Even the girls have a sense that we must not ever allow ourselves to become immune to their grief and suffering.
Georgia and Lila Jane have both been doing well in school. And we all enjoy their music.
Georgia plays violin and piano and is in advanced choir at school. Lila Jane plays cello and piano and is in beginning choir.
Tracie’s work is going really well (poo poo poo!). And now that the wine business is back in full swing, my work is also going well.
We are much closer to our financial goals than we could have ever imagined in 2022. The light is appearing at the end of the tunnel, which is great.
Tracie has done an amazing job and there’s not a day that goes by that I don’t remind her that she makes our lives whole.
We will be celebrating the Passover tomorrow night with family friends here in Houston. And on Saturday, we’ll drive out to Orange to celebrate Easter with Tracie’s family.
In the early months of the pandemic, when Italy became the first western country to face the challenges of the health crisis, I adopted a new motto for my online presence: dum vita spes. Where there is life, there is hope. Those words resonate even more deeply today.
The Parzen family wishes you a happy Passover and a happy Easter. We will pray that by the next Passover, we will all be free.