We are embarking on a very complicated project this week. Our niece is getting married next Sunday! Weddings often are complex due to family issues between the two sides. We see that all the time, as people have so many different expectations, with the knowledge that their understanding is the best and therefore, the truth. … More how many canoes, exactly?
I have other gloves. I can buy more. I have no other sisters. So I should say I lost my sister. Winter came; she left. I had no clue how the term passing is so accurate to describe death. She was here; they called for her; she passed over. She didn’t want to go, but … More I lost a glove and I lost a sister
Ratzo v’shov. Back and forth. I am not Hasidic in any way shape or means. I am using this phrase as an old friend once used to explain why she had a statue of Buddha in her kitchen: all the hands remind her of herself while cooking. So I’m using this term to express my life … More back and forth, back and forth