Monday, May 17, 2010

A gutten Yom Tov

Life is going to be just a tad busy around here so let me be early in wishing you all a gutten Yom Tov.

The first day of Shavuous is also the yahrzeit of my father, Yecheskel ben Yitzchak a"h. It is the 34th yahrzeit and it hasn't gotten any easier over the years. But I am ever so thankful for the wonderful memories that I have of him and the stories that I can pass down to my children. I learned much from my Tate and I hope that he approves of what we have all become and of our families.

May he be a meilitz yosher for us all and may his neshomo have an aliyah.

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