A blog about simplicity and the maddening search therein.
???OK, I am not entirely sure what's going on, but i am not one to miss the first comment for ignorance :)I wish you a wonderful day every day!Happy New Year!(I think)
I googled it. It's a greeting that means "for a good year". Is that right? I learned something new today. Cool. Now I have to learn how to pronounce it...L'Shanah Tovah!
Have a sweet and wonderful New Year
Happy New Year!!!Party party???
Happy New Year G. You can come out from under the lampshade now :-)
Happy New Year, G and family.
Happy New year, G!
Many happy reflections to you, and welcome back. I'm so glad you got to eat fish and chips and play at the beach... a few of my favorite things too.
Happy New Year. Don't forget to atone for your various sins.
and many more happy years to come!*needs a shofar*
Happy New Year! Hey, that's the first time I've ever said that in September. Actually, it makes sense for it to coincide with the beginning of school (or does school start earlier over there?)...Okay, I'm rambling on about something that I really have no idea about, but anyway, I hope you have a great year.
D'OH!! did i NOT leave you this happy greeting on an earlier post?? so why didn't i come back to see this?? apparently i forgot. (i hate when i do that)sooo sorry. and L'Shanah Tovah, dearest NBFF!here's hoping this year is the best one yet!! xoxoxox
Happy New Year to you and yours! XOXOXO
Common G! This is America! Speak Spanish, will ya?! (smile)Happy New Year!!!
.....and to you also...I am late I know :}September seems like a great month to start a New Year...new clothes, new books, new pencils etc...and for many the start of new friendships.
I'm with Minka. But usually when I'm baffled so is she. We're internationally baffled!So according to the comments it's... Happy New Year!!Thanks for popping by the new digs. Nice to see the shade.
Okay, I am not being lazy but desperate to catch up actually so I will:1) Thank you all for your good wishes (and reminders to atone).2) Agree that September seems to be the natural start for a new year be it spiritual or scholastic. 3) Translate and clarify to all my foreign correspondents living in low or no Jewish populations that Rosh Hashannah is the Jewish new year which literally translates as Head of the Year or the start. Here's a little link which explains a bit more about the HOLIDAYs. And also, good googling Shari - that is indeed the good wishes intended. So to all thank you. I will be round for visits pronto! XOX
Thanks. You and your family too.
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