fatigue

A Life-Saving Gift

11/08/2002
Staff Writer
The symptoms — fatigue, a “really bad cough” — struck Lauren Weisman 10 years ago, a few weeks after she gave birth. The diagnosis, after three misdiagnoses, was cardiomyopathy, a rare form of heart disease. Her condition worsened within months. “Nothing” — not medicine, not rest — “was helping me,” said Weisman, of Holbrook, L.I., who was on maternity leave from her job as a speech therapist.

Confessions Of A Reluctant Seder Leader

Sunday, April 12th, 2009

What if I skip the next few paragraphs? Would anyone notice? If they do, would they mind, or be glad?

 

These are the questions that can often cross your mind when you lead a seder, as I’ve found myself doing for the past 20 years or so. It’s not a role I’ve ever sought out, and I’d much rather share the responsibility with others, but it seems to fall on me by default.

 

Syndicate content