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Good night wish

plant the seeds of good thoughts
and watch them grow to good deeds!
And tribe’s members
try a bit harder this new year!
Happy Rosh hashana!

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J's Summer Chicken

Just in time for the approaching Jewish Holidays, here is an easy recipe that would be perfect for your holiday meal. It’s light, quick to prepare and is gluten-free. 207 more words

With The Speed Of Lightening

The Elms Hotel - a family break

A rather long overdue post.  We spent a glorious break at The Elms Hotel in Abberley, Worchestershire in June.

I stumbled upon The Elms when googling family-friendly spa hotels in England.   322 more words


London Calling: 6 Heritage Sites You Have to Visit

London has always been synonymous for its cultural heritage. The city’s deep-rooted history spreads well beyond the prim, manicured lawns of Buckingham Palace, and who better to ask than someone who has spent a reasonably long time working for the well-reputed travel website… 590 more words


Spooky Fun Party Ensemble

Spooky Fun Party Ensemble

Bats and witches and things that go “bump” in the night – it’s time for Halloween. Create spooky fun party favors and decorations with the Spooky Fun Stamp Set and Halloween Scenes Edgelits Dies from the Stampin’ Up! 112 more words

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Winchester VA

Rosh Hashanah On My Mind-Video

Rosh Hashanah On My Mind is based on a short but pithy lesson of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov in Likutey Moharan II. ( Lesson 94. ) This lesson focuses on the second and third “roshim” (heads) that come together on Rosh Hashanah; the three Kabbalistic dimensions; what to focus on during Rosh Hashanah; practical steps we can take on Rosh Hashanah; and the power of joy. 104 more words


Smoked Brisket

Smoked Brisket

Brisket is a relatively inexpensive beef cut that is a perfect selection for the grill. It comes from the rib and sternum area, or as my home ec teacher used to say, “When cows lie down, they are on where this cut comes from.” That means it can be a bit tough and requires low, slow cooking. 246 more words