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Our Feast went well - fish (cod) with rice and green beans and challah. Himself baked lava cakes - they erupted *before* I got them on the plates, but tasted great anyway.

SG's step-brother has a brain tumor..they're putting in a stent to remove fluid. I don't have any more details than that.

Sent notes in with the kids this AM claiming Religious Exemption....we'll see how THAT flies (I'm in the buckle of the "Bible Belt" y'all - it's gonna get interesting here.)

Gotta skitter!
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Date:September 10th, 2010 02:22 pm (UTC)
ok - I have to admit - I am beyond confused.
We has a feast-type dinner Wednesday night. But then we realized we had seen no moon.
yesterday I went to an old friends house and we had bible study and cake - and we looked for the moon - and nope. (we did however practice our Shofar blowign skills - if the idea was to alert the neighbors - she is on a hill so I am sure we alarmed many people.
So I am figuring for us the new moon would be tonight - which is also a regular Sabbath. And ten days later - Yom Kippur would be Sunday at sundown? Going from the 19 thru the 20th?

It's not just preparing a feast with no work - it is not knowing which day you are going to be enjoying it...confusing!
And next time you see a rain cloud - let it know we are still dry out here.
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Date:September 10th, 2010 03:50 pm (UTC)
According to my Feast books, RH is the ONLY Feast celebrated at the *dark* of the moon. So.....I dunno.

I'll try to send the rain your way - we've had plenty!
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Date:September 10th, 2010 02:28 pm (UTC)
I'm hoping that tumor is like my mother's. It's more of a cyst that needs the stent to constantly remove the fluid. Still, any brain surgery is no laughing matter.
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