Blogging "Al het"

For the posts I planned to write, and the series I didn’t finish.
For not updating the blogroll regularly.
For comments and emails ignored, and worthy causes unpromoted.
For failing to visit and comment on others’ blogs.
For failing to publicize Jblog carnivals regularly.
For failing to link to other bloggers who helped me.

For all these, blogworld, forgive me.

And to all my readers, if I have offended or insulted you in any way in my posts, comments, or comments on other blogs, please forgive me.

Thank you for being a part of my world during the past year.

Gmar chatimah tovah–may God forgive all of us for our sins of the past year and seal us in the Book of Life.

Mother in Israel


  1. Jerusalem Joe says

    Gmar Hatima Tova!

  2. Oh, my! This is one public confession I need to beat my own chest with!!
    This was so very cute…
    G’mar chatima tova, Mother in Israel!

  3. Gmar Tov! Here’s to a great year ahead for everyone!

  4. Do we need more al cheits?
    Gmar Chatima Tova (and I still owe you an email).

  5. Mo'ah Kemo Efro'ah says

    my al cheit is for neglecting family, school, work and other more important matters in favor of my addiction.
    gemar hatimah tovah

  6. Thanks to all.
    Ari, those apologies are private!

  7. gmar chatima tova!
    Ari – what is your addiction? đŸ™‚

  8. Rafi G –
    Just a guess: Ari, like all of us is a blogaholic.

  9. gmar chatimah tovah to you, too.
    I must admit, that I did giggle a bit at the top of the Al Chet…
    L’Shanah Tovah

  10. JF–speak for yourself, woman!
    shelli–giggling is good.

  11. Juggling Frogs says
  12. Mo'ah Kemo Efro'ah says

    blogaholic all the way

  13. Mo’ah Kemo Efro’ah,
    The first step is to admit you have a problem.
    As for me, I can quit any time I want. I just don’t want to.