Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Baby Ella.

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Bored @ men's dept. waiting....

Ehhh, I don't think that tie goes with that shirt.

It sure does. I'm a stylist.....

You think I let up? I didn't...hehe)

Friday, October 17, 2008

Yes, I made a brucha over the luluv and it's partner.



to -
Chai Lifeline parties.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

A Succeleh a Kleina

(For old times sake)

Ah succelah, ah kleina,
Fun breitelach gemeina,
Hub ich mich a succelah gimacht.

Tzukedekt dem dach,
mit a bisele s'chach,
zitz ich mich en succelah bainacht.

Ah vind, ah kalten,
Blast durch dih shpalten,
Un de lichtelach zey leshen zich vild.

Es is mir ah chidush,
Vi Ich mach mir kiddush,
Un de lechtelech zey brenen gan shtil.

Tzum Ershten gericht,
Mit a blasen gezicht
Brengt mir mein tochter'l arein.

Zee shtelt zich aveck,
Un zakt mit schreck
"Tatenui de succah falt bald ein!"

Zei nisht kein nar,
Hob nisht kein tzar,
Zal dir de succah nisht tohn bang.

Es iz shoyn gor,
Bald tzvei toisend yor,
Un de succelah zi shteit noch gantz long.

Sunday, October 12, 2008



Saturday, October 11, 2008



Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Erev Yom Kippur the Avoda is remorse for the past; on Yom Kippur - resolve for the future.

Monday, October 6, 2008

"An individual friend can give you much more solid and eternal satisfaction and pride then any other "gifts" you may have."

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Two Groschen. R' Levi Yitzchok Berditchov

With trembling fingers the woman took her kvitel and crossed out her own name.
"Pray for my Shloimehleh, Rebbe," she said, her eyes brimming with tears, "that he should have a year of life, health and happiness."

Upon hearing these words, the Rebbe's eyes came alive with a fiery light.
Grasping the widow's two groschen in one fist, and her kvitel in the other, he raised them triumphantly to heaven and cried:
"Father in Heaven! Look! Look what a mortal mother is prepared to do for her child! And You---shall it be said, G-d forbid, that You are less a parent to Your children?! Can You look this woman in the eye and refuse to grant Your own children a year of life, health and happiness?!"

"Come," said Rabbi Levi Yitzchak to his gabbai and to the widow, "let us go to Kol Nidrei."


"Dear Father, today is the eve of Yom Kippur, when everyone forgives and is forgiven. Let us put the past behind us. I'll accept my troubles as atonement for my sins, and You, in Your great mercy, shall do the same."

Moshe took the two notebooks in his hands, raised them aloft, circled them three times above his head,and said: "This is my exchange, this is in my stead, this is my atonement." He then threw them into the fireplace, where the smoldering coals soon turned the tear-stained pages to ashes.

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Ovinu Malkeinu Ein Lonu Melech

Ein Lonu Melech e e e e elo oto.....