Dear world, Tonight is is the first of eight nights of Passover. This holiday celebrates freedom for the Jewish people from 400 years of slavery. The story goes that Pharaoh was asked to let the Jews leave Egypt but he refused. It took 10 plagues to convince him, but he finally let them leave. But then he changed his mind and sent his army to get them. But the Sea parted, the Israelites crossed safely! I find that story fascinating! Anyway, on the first night there is a Seder Dinner. Everyone reads this book called the Haggadah that takes you through the story of Passover. There are all sorts of symbolic foods on the table which are part of the story including Matzoh. You eat Matzoh during Passover instead of bread. It's specially made unleavened bread that looks like a big square cracker. It symbolizes freedom cause the Israelites couldn't wait for their bread to rise cause they left Egypt in such haste. I don't think my treats are leavened. If they are, maybe I can get some Matzoh with Peanut Butter on it! Sorry this post was unusually long. But Passover is a long holiday with a long history with a very long dinner.