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Rosh Hashanah begins September 13th 2015 at sundown or 1st of Tishrei 5776.

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on September 4, 2015


I wanted to share some thoughts and my menu for this year’s celebration.  It has been a very busy and fruitful summer and I hope you all enjoyed yours.  With this new year we must plan for the future but we must also reflect on what transpired in our lives last year and how we affected and interacted with others.  Part of planning for the coming year involves improving ourselves and our actions over last year’s behavior.  Was I kind, charitable, forgiving, understanding?  Did I work hard, improve myself, learn some new things, make a nice home for my family?  Did I enjoy myself, was I a fun person to be with? I hope I had a positive 5775 and I for sure plan on making and presenting the new and improved me in 5776.

20150902_083627Yesterday I was in the farm market, buying leeks, pomegranates, fresh dates for my center piece and new crop apples. [click to continue…]



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