Among the things tossing around in my head is the question of whether or not I should bake challah today. In recent years, I've only baked a few times. I have flour in the house and freezer, enough to bake more challah than I really need until Passover. I even have a store-bought challah, a large one, in the freezer. There are only a couple of Shabbatot before Pesach. Flour isn't among the items one usually sells as chametz, and besides that a kilo of the flour is whole wheat that must be stored in the freezer.
Is this really such a major dilemma worth losing sleep over?
I also think I agreed to a not so good work schedule for next week. I probably won't have time to see the grandkids. One of the reasons next week is complicated is that I want to see a visiting relative before she goes back to the states. I was supposed to see her this week, after she landed, but jetlag interfered and she slept through our planned get-together.
Yes, too many things, including how to prepare and pay for Passover. It's a very complicated and expensive holiday.
Enough kvetching already. Time to use that extra hour plus for something much more useful and important.
On with my day...