little bits of life with little people
Shana tova to you guys too! Haha... and yes, I really was up that late. I had to get work done for AP English Language before driving to Tel Aviv for Rosh Hashana with Boaz's grandparents, and I didn't trust myself to get it all done in the morning. Oy. Birds were singing when I went to sleep finally. :)I love you all! :)
I am a little ignrant here- which new year is celebrated now?
sorry dear, it was the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah.
What luscious apples and honey-- just right for celebrating a new year :-). I have a big bowl of wonderful tasting (if not quite so pretty :-) ) apples from the trees Jesse planted on the farm, and 3 big bowls of PEARS-- we feel abundantly blessed :-). And we remember and feel grateful to Jesse with every bite, too!LOVE your blog-- what a sweet story about Sarah reading aloud to her siblings... and Leah's amusing response :-). Haha, reminded me of something I'd easily do in Hebrew-- oooh, those pronouns get tricky :-). Love you all! Susan
very nice picture! I love your lighting! Jen's sis
thank you everyone! The apples were Trader Joe's organic gala. Not as sentimential as yours Susan, but available. =) This is one of my favorite pics too, kris!Maya, I've sooo btdt. Enjoy late hours while your body lets you. ;)
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