There is no better time for reflection than the Jewish New Year. I've had a lot on my mind and we have a ton going on. But I just realized we haven't post a new update since July 31st. A lot has happened in that time & I wanted to update you all. I appreciate you following our little blog and please know that Corey will be back soon with some new recipes!
Duck has finally adjusted to the new house, I am so excited I no longer have to wake up at 3am every day. He still gets up at about 6am but that is not nearly as bad. Here he is with his favorite toy, panting in the Air Conditioning (yay for having central air!) from playing with it so much. He is such a goober but we love him.
Over the Labor day weekend Corey wasn't feeling well so instead of going out we opted to finally decorate a little. It definitely feels a lot more homey. I love this house so much. Pictures to come soon.
Last week I took an Art Etching Class with Ms. Sassy Cat and Melissa. I totally fell in love and Corey said it is his favorite art skill of mine. I foresee lots of Etched glass gifts for the Holidays and decorating our home.
|Our complete projects at TC artworks|
|my practice piece at home|
While searching for some fun pictures for this post, I stumbled upon Women on the fence blog which had the below poem which I just thought was beautiful.
I thought that was perfect for this time of reflection. I have also been looking in to finding a new temple to attned. I absolutely love Or Ami and Rabbi Romer (who married us) but they just do not have many activities geared towards young adults without kids, they also do not have many members in their 20-30s and only Friday pm services. This Friday I hope to attend Yom Kippur services at a new (to us) Temple in town. They have a young professionals group, book club, movie night, Saturday morning services and lots of other activities that sound intriguing. It is tough to find a Temple that is receptive and supportive of an interfaith couple but according to a few friends who have attended this Temple, they are.
Wishing a Sweet New Year to you and yours.