Sunday, December 16, 2012

I Know We'll Meet Again

I may not have access to the internet for the next week, but feel free to leave comments and I'll respond when I can. I love that I can schedule posts for months in advance. 

Ergo, while the cookbook giveaway posted on Monday officially ends on tonight, I won't be able to add any latecomers anymore. 

To sign off on the last day of Chanuka, here is a funny story I read in the NY Times Metropolitan Diary: 
Around this time of year, many Jewish parents of young children find themselves saying something like: “We do not celebrate Christmas! We are Jewish. We celebrate Hanukkah. And, no, you cannot have a Christmas tree.”
So it tickled my New York soul to hear the following as I entered the subway station at West 86th Street and Broadway: “We do not celebrate Hanukkah. We are Christian. We celebrate Christmas. And, no, you cannot have a dreidel." — Submitted by Aaron Shelden
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Rachelli Dreyfuss said...

Giggle! This is cute :)

The Beckster said...

Wow. Thanks for sharing that story! Good to hear that the tables are turned for once.