Tomorrow night, December 1, is the first night of Chanukah. Are you ready? Set up those chanukiot, bought those potatoes and oil, found last year’s dreidels? If you celebrate Chanukah and own a camera: take a photo, post it on your blog and submit it to JPiX.
An unknown number of 8 year old girls will be descending (ascending? proceeding to? invading? gracing?) our home on Sunday morning. A treasure hunt has been prepared by middle son, and I will be short order cook in charge of latke and sufganiyot (doughnuts) creation.
We are looking forward to Shabbat guests that we haven’t seen since we visited them in their home in Hashmonaim in 2008.
7 thoughts on “Chanukah Musings and JPiX”
I will try to take a photo, either tonight or when there are more lights. Can’t wait to light the new chanukiah.
You are lucky to have such a helpful and creative son. Chag sameach!
That’s a beautiful shot. I hope you and your family have a happy chanukah.
Great, before I ask, the answer is there. Such a beautiful Chanukah candle light stick.
I see your candles are running. That’s my greatest problem when I light my seven armed Menorah. The lights will not burn properly, they will melt each other.
“lights will not burn properly, they will melt each other.” – an engineer needs to build these things! We have one where the oil lights below melt the shamash on a candle above – the poor candle bends and drips.