Friday, September 22, 2006


We are closed in observance of Rosh Hashannah, the Jewish New Year. Wishing you a healthy and sweet new year. For some basic definitions and explanations regarding the customs of the High Holidays, please click HERE.

If you'd like to leave a Thanksgiving recipe, continue on to the All in the Family post that follows. A good year to all.


Doug said...

Oh, great. There's more than one spelling. Should have known.

L'Shanah Tovah, to all the letters in your alphabet.

Doug said...

Oh, and are those pomegrapples?

actonbell said...

Have a wonderful New Year.
20-30 emails a day? Wow, lots of planning going on--I hope everything works out perfectly, and I'm sure Shannon and Caitlin will bring something fabulous to Thanksgiving. Are you selling tickets?

I wish you some peace and rest:)

neva said...

hope you're having a wonderful holiday weekend, NBFF... recipes will be on their was as soon as i get HOME!! much love to you and your family on this day, and throughout the new year! xox

hmmmm. not to be disrespectful, but my verifier is: burpfr

hope that doesn't portend anything gaseous for you and the fam (including your extended fam) over ALL the holidays! xox

cj said...

I have never seen a pomegrannates looking like that before. :) Yummy. L'Shanah Tovah!

caitlin said...

Aunt G- wishing you and yours a sweet and plentiful new year, miss you love you guys

weirsdo said...

L'Shanah Tovah Tikatevuh

I did the book meme. It was fun. I hope you like it.

FelineFrisky said...

Peace, wellness & joy to you as you celebrate with your loved ones. D :)

Miz BoheMia said...

Ha, ha, haaa! My hermano stole my words! STOLE THEM I SAY! You'd never know I was adopted...

L'shana Tova sweet friend... may it be a beautiful celebration and may the year ahead hold nothing but the promise and realization of beautiful things galore...


G said...

Doug: Todah rabah. Yes, as you know, hybrids are the in thing.

Actonbell: Oh the emails are 95% nonsensical. We sound so together don't we? Not. Now that's an idea - the tickets. Thank you for your good wishes, it's been very nice.

Neva: I don't know that verifier put a pox upon my household (okay not that bad). Thank you - we had a nice holiday weekend. Hope yours away was nice too.

cj: Me neither. Thank you.

Caitlin: Thank you my sweet niece. Looking forward to seeing you all soon. xox

Weirsdo - Todah rabah. I admit I already stole a glance. Wonderful. I'll be over to comment.

FF: Thanks, it's been a nice start to a new year so far.

MizB: Never know! Todah rabah mi amiga! Thank you for your sweet words to start this new year off right.

Besos to you.

First Nations said...

happy 5767!

which end of the dragon are you this year? watch out for firecrackers!

G said...

fn: Thanks and I got heads!

Minka said...

Granat Apfel! In German, I love that fruit!
I hop ethe start to your new year has been a lovely and reflective start.
I know know three different ways of celebrating teh New Year.
31st/1st of December/January
the end of february (Chinese)
and now Rosh Hashannah.

International is just so diverse.

all my bets wishes to you and your fmaily for teh New Year!

G said...

Thank you Minka! I like that - granat apfel! So far, it's been very nice. Each year, we endeavor to make it to the Chinese New Years celebration in Chinatown in Manhattan. There's the Parade of the Dragons that looks especially colorful. You've just reminded me - this year I hope to for sure.