Sukkot

October 5, 2009 at 6:56 PM Leave a comment

It was a lovely afternoon for lunch in the sukkah–except for the bees. We managed to swat our way through lunch and began cleaning up. Shira was carrying her plate inside and was up on the deck and Hank was grumbling something about damn nature as he cleaned up. “I heard you say, ‘damn nature,'” Shira peeped from the deck. Even my dad laughed at that one.

(Sukkot is the fall Jewish harvest festival honoring the time the Jews spent in the wilderness after fleeing Egypt. For more, see http://www.myjewishlearning.com/holidays/Jewish_Holidays/Sukkot/Sukkot_101.shtml.)

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