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First, I want to give a big thank you to the Babysitter for giving me a blog award.. I am a big fan of her other blog, the Jewish Side, especially her parsha posts. I’ll have to think about whom to send this next. • • • Next, a congratulations to Jew Wishes for […]
Robin of Around the Island awarded me with this lovely Superior Scribbler award. I rather like it; he’s got this cute determined look on his face. I’m going to pass it on to Lorri at http://jewwishes.wordpress.com/ (she should work for Israel “hasbara” (public relations), she would do a much better job than whoever is in […]
Once upon a time there was a little boy who didn’t like kreplach (a kreplach is a Jewish wonton).
My friend Jientje of Heaven in Belgium loves awards. It is fun to live vicariously through other people’s photos; recently, she traveled to Portugal, and anyone who visited her blog got to go along. One of my favorite of her recent posts was her poppy photos; she found them in every nook and cranny in […]
Just last week I responded to a blog challenge, passed on to me by Ilana-Davita. I mentioned quite a few of my favorite bloggers on that post. Then on Thursday, I get awarded this sweet little award by Jientje, who has a lovely blog called Heaven in Belgium: What did I do for this award? […]