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I have just returned from a week in Europe, Berlin and Prague to be precise. And while there are many wonderful things that I observed, one thing I noticed is how much less Europeans seem to be staring at their … Continue reading
This is the sermon I delivered on Erev Rosh Hashanah 5775 at Temple Beth Hillel.
Today would have been MY MOM’s 70th birthday. I am so grateful that MY SISTER and I had a professional photographer take these photos at her 65th birthday celebration. We knew they woudl be a treasure, we could never have … Continue reading
Today I start a new chapter. I begin a new position at Temple Beth Hillel as Director of Religious Education. My work will primarily be in Temple Beth Hillel’s schools, especially the religious school and I will also have some … Continue reading
It has been awhile since I last wrote on my blog. Ooops. Work has been great but very busy! (Warning: a little bit of a rant follows) While I took some time away from my computer, I thought it might … Continue reading
My friend from college, BusySinceBirth, created the ‘Having it All Project‘. I participated towards the beginning and she wrote a great summary of the experience. Check it out!
The news that the governor of Minnesota closed much of the state due to dangerous cold brought me back, back to the mid-nineties. Then, dear reader, I was a high school student and school was cancelled several times in what … Continue reading