Friday, September 17, 2010

REPOST: May it be your will, Hashem… יהי רצון מלפניך

(reposted from last year – sorry; too busy making my lime pie to write something original)

… that we all have an easy fast and be inscribed for a gourd, sweet year.

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יהי רצון מלפניך ה' אלוקינו ואלוקי אבותינו שֶׁיִּקָרַע רֹעַ גְּזַר דיננו, וְיִקָרְאּוּ לפניך זכויותינו.

I k now we don’t usually say “yehi ratzons” for Yom Kippur, but I found these old pictures from last year’s Sukkah Party, and I couldn’t resist.

גמר טוב וצום קל לכולם!!!

- from The Adventures in MamaLand Editorial Board, Staff, Writers and all the rest of me.

gourd

 

p.s.  Wondering what the “other half” does on Yom Kippur?  Here, courtesy of DovBear’s blog, are TEN different “other-half” perspectives on Kol Nidrei services.

And a great key-lime pie recipe for after the fast!

5 comments:

  1. Have a meaningful fast and a good year! (all of you)

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  2. love the creativity of how you wove this post together! and yes, the pics are fab! :)

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  3. Good luck with the fasting and happy new year!

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  4. I noticed the key-lime pie url includes the word "nummy". I hope that has nothing to do with the usage on the rest of your blog. . .

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  5. @Anonymous - re "nummy" - not my recipe, so I have no say in how the word is used. :-)))

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