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September 21, 2009


I know exactly what you mean. In my family, the torch has definitely passed to me- with all of the work. I hosted almost the entire family on my father's side for dinner on RH (and another family of friends) so that we were 23. Lots of work, barely controlled chaos, but you know? It was worth it.

Likewise, on Sunday morning, all I wanted to do was roll over and go back to sleep. But that wasn't even an option that went through my mind because I was taking my Dad and Abe and Rosie to shule.

The Rabbis may think that their learnings are what has kept this religion together, but in reality, it's the mamas and tradition.

Maybe next year, you'll start small and have some family over for the Holy Days. Think about joining a shule during the year- for the community. (then think of invitations from friends for dinners!)

oh, Janet....you got thrown for a loop because of your mother's illness....next year it will be better.....

At least yours went to shul....Becca came Saturday and spent the whole morning in the synagogue lobby, hanging with her friends. She couldn't motivate herself to do it again sunday....and Jen never set foot in the building....

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