Sunday, December 9, 2012



Let’s face it, the Sabbath qualifies as a lazy day – and if God thought taking a day off was a good idea – who are we to fight it?

When did we start buying into this craziness of go go go?

That free day recharges all our little cells and puts a big smile on our faces.  And, what, actually does that word – “lazy” – really mean?
    What do ya think?

Can you get behind lazy days?

Last night was the first night of Chanuka, the festival of lights.  All our celebrations this time of year bring light and hope to the darkness of winter.  To all of you we wish the miracle of light!

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  1. boy did i spell chanukah incorrectly yrs festival of lights how nice. have a happy.'
    and yes lazy is gooddddddddddd.

  2. I heard this poem this morning and was touched by its simplicity. I thought you might like it.

    by Raymond Carver

    Woke up this morning with
    a terrific urge to lie in bed all day
    and read. Fought against it for a minute.

    Then looked out the window at the rain.
    And gave over. Put myself entirely
    in the keep of this rainy morning.

    Would I live my life over again?
    Make the same unforgiveable mistakes?
    Yes, given half a chance. Yes.