After our busy August, I was determined to slow down in September. But after a quick look at our calendar, I was reminded of the 4 Jewish holidays that were soon approaching.
Our September started with a Labor Day picnic and concert at the park with my mommy group friends.
The following week Sarah and I started our first day of school. I’m really enjoying the one day a week I get to take “off”. It’s been a nice breather :)
Jewish holiday #1, Erev Rosh Hashanah started off our weekend. After a family mix up we ended up spending the holiday with our sweet friends (and ex-USYer’s). They took us in and graciously hosted us on the first night of Rosh Hashanah. Thank you Sigel family for the scrumptious meal. Means so much to us that we’ve remained friends thought out the years. The second night was hosted by The Bitrisky Family.
Holiday #2, Yom Kippur, was luckily uneventful.
Holiday #3, Sukkot, was spent at the Levine’s. The rest of the holiday was spent on our vacation to Florida.
Holiday #4, Simchat Torah, was also spent in Florida.
We celebrated a lot of great birthdays this month. My sister Oshrat, Rebeztin Leah, my cousin Morris and the birth of baby Ravi!
There were also great anniversaries to celebrate this month. Our best friend’s Shira and Joe and my grandparents celebrated this month.
Needless to say, this month was packed to the brim! As much as I love being busy and attending events, I’m worn out!! Not only is this blog post super late, but I think our schedule is too packed. I’m really going to stop taking on projects and say no to more things. Here’s to relaxing month.