The Seder is now officially done with. It went pretty late. Rituals read from books have never really been my thing. Rituals in general aren’t really my thing. I actually hate singing happy birthday or the national anthem with a group of people, it makes me feel ridiculous.
Adam’s Aunt who held the Seder tonight gave us tickets for the Blue Jays’ opening game. It was actually, strangely, quite a lot of fun, considering none of the family who went were interested in baseball. We found our seats and decided to sit in the farthest back row on our side of the Skydome instead of in our seats (it wasn’t at all full) and watched some completely drunk Jays fan scream things at the Detroit Tigers until his voice was gone. Also we marvelled at how the whole place didn’t quite look real. We’re thinking about going back once in a while this summer because the tickets in the section we were in are only 9$ and the experience was actually a lot of fun. Cheaper than going to a movie or the zoo. Next time I’ll bring my camera.
Oh yeah… my camera. I haven’t been much for taking photos lately. Something between being unhappy, being freezing cold most of the time when outside, and generally bored with my surroundings. I took a couple of snapshots with Jordy’s digital camera today, but it only made me miss the control I have with my camera. I can’t go back to a point and shoot anymore. It just feels wrong. Which, of course, means I need to spend about 2000$ on a camera. Someday.
That and a Mac. Someday.