Not to rub it in or anything, but we also have white trees in our neck of the woods...I'm just saying. ;-)
Dear G6,I discovered your blog this past Thursday night, and I found it so compelling that I kept scrolling and scrolling, wanting to read more and more.What did I find so special? Well, of course the graphics of your table settings ( where do you STORE your napkins and other props?) and other stuff, including the scenery, are original and beautiful.But it goes way beyond that. What I love about this blog is that, in a world where too many people are jaded, de-energized, or blase , your blog exudes tremendous simchas hachaim. You also come across as someone who feels the chashivus of what she does- whether it's making people feel at home; honoring Shabbos and Yom Tov, and the beis knesses; or appreciating your family and your wonderful community.I also have a special feeling toward the Heights, which you portray so well. My husband grew up there and I loved, when we were there for Shabbos, listening To Rav Schwab ztl's drashos. And to the choir. And watching the little boys get brachos on Leil Shabbos.If you like , I can email you and tell you who I am- it's very possible that you know my husband's family.Thanks again for sharing creativity, originality and inspiration- gut voch!
Faygie -You truly GET it!Your comment means so much to me, especially since over the last year I feel that I've neglected the blog (I hope you went far back to the old stuff. That's what I'm most proud of...) Please DO email me!
Yes we feel neglected
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