Or I wrote a post, but didn't managed to finish it.
Stuff like that.
I also just found out that we in Eretz Yisrael are changing clocks tonight, which is terrible timing—Erev Pesach.
We lose an hour, plus Leil HaSeder gets pushed back later.
Also, I hate Daylight Savings Time. It always feels so unnatural to me. The days naturally grow longer on their own, so why push it to the limit? In times like these, I wish I was Satmar because they don't follow Israeli government dictates—including changing clocks.
You need to be aware of this if they invite you to a wedding in the summer so you don't come at the wrong time.
And you see that Satmar has the right idea because a real Jewish government would never allow a change of clocks to fall out on Erev Pesach.
(Also, another good thing about Satmar was their Rebbe, Rav Yoel Teitelbaum ztz"l. He was fabulous.)
I've often fantasized about not changing my own clocks & living within my preferred time while the rest of the country saves its daylight...which would mean things like taking my son to school by 9:30 am instead of 8:30 am.
I can't see that working out well.
Anyway, back to Pesach...
Even if you only managed to read this after the Seder, it's still worth checking out Rav Avigdor Miller on Pesach because he makes lots of excellent points in his usual witty way that apply all year 'round:
Also, here are Myrtle Rising Pesach posts, including recipes:
Chag Kasher V'Same'ach!