Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Grandma Moy

It is with great sadness that I announce the death of my Grandmother, Moy Lee.
She was quite a character and I am quite certain there will never be another one like her.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Chag Sukkot Sameach

Chag Sukkot Sameach from our sukkah to yours!

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Popping in to wish all L'Shanah Tovah

As I took the annual Rosh Hashanah pictures for our cards, one thing came to mind...this kid is growing up too darn fast. 

Take a look...2008, 2007, 2006.

Oh and for those missing blog years....



Wishing you and your families a happy, healthy and sweet new year. 

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Chag Oorim Sameach

Wishing you and your family a season full of light and miracles. Happy Chanukah.

Monday, November 22, 2010

A quick hello

Wow - I can't believe it's been almost 2 years since my last post. Thought I'd come out of hiding to say hello. Lots of stuff has happened but the most exciting news has got to be that LO became a Bat Mitzvah in August. Time keeps flying by.

Hope this finds all of you out there in the blogosphere well and happy.

Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Christmas Decorations

PHD's mom lives in an independent living facility. They just finished decorating the facility for the holidays. We walked in to visit her and were immediately looking at an enormous Christmas tree with these golden reindeer on the side. LO ran over to them, turned around to look at me and wide-eyed she said, "Oh my gosh - not only do they have a Christmas tree but they are worshipping the golden calves too!" Oy - only my kid could have come up with that.

Saturday, November 08, 2008

Woody Allen Shabbat

I can only describe this past Shabbat as feeling like we had walked into a Woody Allen movie. Our Rabbi is in Israel for the month and so we decided to do a little shul hopping. For our first Shabbat away from our own shul, we chose to go to the shul of the other Rabbi who performed our wedding service.

We had just walked through the door and I turn as I can hear someone coming in behind me. Who is it? Why it's my therapist of course. It was surprise to see her there and it felt a little odd, but we took it in stride - we did the formal introductions of our respective spouses and then I didn't speak to her the rest of the evening.

Then we head towards the sanctuary and a woman enters and PHD whispers to me, "That's M". M was PHD's girlfriend many years ago. They dated for over 7 years but obviously things didn't work out. She came over to us and said congratulations on the wedding and we exchanged pleasantries and she went on her way - or so I thought. She actually spent the entire service giving me a dirty look. Talk about feeling uncomfortable.

All I could think to myself was, "What next?" I shouldn't have thought that. Next was my physician. The one I have been avoiding because I have physician-phobia.

So let's re-cap...
1) My therapist
2) PHD's ex-girlfriend
3) My physician
4) The Rabbi who performed our marriage and did our pre-marital counseling

How much more Woody Allen could it have been? I guess that will teach us to leave the comfort of our own shul!