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Unleavened

I get in trouble a lot during Passover.  I’d say it was’t my fault, but none of you would believe me.  You’re quite right; it is. The problem, you see, is the variety of foods that can be considered chametz. … Continue reading

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Tooth Fae

The advent of Beauty’s first tooth led to looking at the variety of Tooth Fairy items online – dolls (with a pocket for the tooth of course), books, keepsake boxes, little pouches, small cushions to be hung from the headboard, … Continue reading

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High Holy Days

Welcome to the Ten Days of Awe!  Rosh Hashanah ended last night, and Yom Kippur is coming up, and the ten days in between are considered to be set aside for prayer and repentance. I feel like I ought to … Continue reading

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