Shavua Tov (Nablopomo day#16)

Hodesh tov, everyone. Just finished a great Shabbat Rosh Hodesh (I can't believe it's Shevat already. . .intimations of sh'kediyot and spring. . .) with moving tefilot--I love singing the Hallel (to myself, in shul)--and a cholent kiddush which actually was a seudah in honor of the yahrtzeit of the Rav's father, a"h, but since we had already planned our seudah at home, we just partook of the kiddush as a kiddush.

We just returned home (well, an hour or so ago) from a very interesting melaveh malkah with a special speaker--a Jewish cop from Las Vegas--who spoke on the topic, "You Have the Right to Remain Jewish." He discovered his Judaism while he was on the force, and fought to be an observant Jew while being an undercover police officer on the vice squad (that was one of the most interesting stories) and other departments.

Because of all the activities, I didn't have a chance to post until now--it's before midnight here and still Day #16--so I'm covered for Nablopomo (I'll worry about tomorrow, tomorrow!)


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