Why is this night different from all other nights? And other thoughts you have when you're a Grandma.
Passover is a Jewish holiday marked by the asking of four questions. In truth, it's one question with four answers (Why is this night different from all other nights // Tonight we eat only Matzah, Tonight we eat only Maror, Tonight we dip our vegetables twice, and Tonight we lean to one side), but no need to sweat the small stuff.
As we are in the midst of Passover, I thought it important to take the time to pose some questions of my own. And so, here is a list of important questions to ask when you are a Grandma:
How many times a day should I be going to the bathroom?
Have I always had this freckle?
Is Neil Patrick Harris really gay or will he one day realize I am the love of his life?
Will 30 Rock ever come back?
But why won't 30 Rock ever come back?
If your hearing aid's battery beeps when it's not working, how will you know?
Is physical comedy dead?
Am I dead?
Are tattoos really permanent?
Even white tattoos?
When is it no longer okay to sleep with a teddy bear?
When is it okay to stop sleeping with retainers?
How many times should I be going to the bathroom in the middle of the night?