Friday, October 10, 2008

Sukkot / Shmini Atzeret Meal Planners for 2008 ~5769 are up!

The Sukkot/Shmini Atzeret Meal Planners for 2008 ~ 5769 are up. Enjoy!

Juggling Frogs frog with lulav and etrog, ready for Sukkot


Here are some previously-published related posts:


(Last year's Tishrei post, "T minus 10 and counting" was very specific to that year, where there were three sets of elongated holidays in the month. However, there are many reminders that others have found helpful this (much less complex) year, too.)

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muse said...

I'll add my decoration comment here. For the easiest and cheapest succah decorations... yes not necessary when you have kids to keep busy...
Keep you Jewish calendars. they usually have great pictures, perfect for the succah. Don't throw them out, save for decoration. Also, if you still get New Years cards, they're great, too.

Helen said...

Thank you for all the decorating ideas.

Leora said...

I love the cartoon froggie with the realistic lulav and etrog. Something about that imagery really pops...

Ariella said...

a great deal of inspiration here, so I will put up a link to this post. This year I am delegating all decorations to my children as I have a scoring project going on while trying to juggle the cooking. I even delegated grocery shopping to my husband -- something I very rarely do.

kittysmith said...

I sent white or blue sheets to family members out of state along with some indelible (I hope...) markers and suggestions for decorations. I got back some great sukkah walls and will be surrounded by their love & creativity on Sukkot!
I built the frame and it almost didn't go up or stay up. Whew! I look forward to using your great ideas for the inside of the sukkah next year. Now i"m just too tired... :>) I'll have pix up next week on my blog.

kittysmith said...

I sent white or blue sheets to family members out of state along with some indelible (I hope...) markers and suggestions for decorations. I got back some great sukkah walls and will be surrounded by their love & creativity on Sukkot!
I built the frame and it almost didn't go up. Whew! I look forward to using your ideas for the inside of the sukkah next year. Now i"m just too tired... :>) I'll have pix up next week on my blog.

I am Harriet said...

Hi.
I really enjoyed reading.
Haven't seen Sukkot stuff in years!
Looks like a lot of fun.

Enjoy.
Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Rather interesting blog you've got here. Thank you for it. I like such themes and anything connected to them. I would like to read more soon.

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