Last-Minute Rosh Hashanah Greetings

image: cut pomegranate for Rosh Hashanah

How have your Rosh Hashanah preparations been? After a lot of typical pre-holiday anxiety I just realized that I don’t have so much cooking left. When I asked my husband what simanim (symbols) he wanted to see on the table, he said, “Apples and honey.” So I decided not to stress about making a lot of special dishes.

You can see my Rosh Hashanah menu on Cooking Manager. My foodie friends’ menus are putting me to shame, but I’m trying to get over it. You can find a collection of Rosh Hashanah posts here, with the most relevant one at the moment being the Rosh Hashanah Survival Guide.

As for my promised post on the teacher’s assistants in the preschools, I wrote it but did not yet edit. I figured you were all too busy to pay it much attention.

Next year, I am looking forward to more great discussions on gan, shidduchim, modesty, breastfeeding, teens, toddlers and all my (our?) favorite topics. Thank you for being a part of this site.  May you and your loved ones a happy, healthy and successful year.

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image: ahisgett

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