Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Shana tova!!

Today is the 2nd day of the new (Jewish) year. 

Out with 5772 and in with 5773. 

No rocking new year's parties. 

But, time with family and time reflecting on the year past and the year to come. 

A time for new beginnings and sweet wishes.

A chance to begin the new year afresh. 

An opportunity to wake up and take stock of ones self. 

A chance to spend time with the one's you love and celebrate the birthday of the world. 

L'shana tova u'metukah!
To a sweet new year! 

15 thoughts on the matter:

Secret Mom Thoughts said... {Reply}

Happy New year to you!

Deanna said... {Reply}

Happy New Year...may your year be filled with the sweetness that life has to offer!!

Lynn @ UpCountry Olio said... {Reply}

I am so glad you translated for us, those are some lovely thoughts. Here's to a new year and new experiences!!

MG Atwood said... {Reply}

such a beautiful translation. I love this shot, and I love the meaning of your new year. Thanks for sharing.

Kathy said... {Reply}

"Family"...it is what it is all about. Enjoy.

Jade @ Tasting Grace said... {Reply}

Happy New Year to you!

Jennifer {Studio JRU} said... {Reply}

Sounds like a wonderful way to celebrate the new year! Love that photo, Tamar... beautiful!

Renae said... {Reply}

Tamar, this post would link beautifully in my blog hop that begins in about 15 minutes. It is "Picture Poetry" (in runs until Thurs. midnight) and it is perfect. Please consider linking up with us and having a shared, further moment or two with others that follow. ok? cool?
Congratulations on your new year and your new choices and new opportunities. :D

Melissa Bliss Rich said... {Reply}

Happy New Year! I hope this years brings you much joy and love ;)

Renae said... {Reply}

Thank you Tamar! Feel free to go to the others that joined/linked too. :D

Danelle said... {Reply}

Happy New Year.....a few days late! :)

Kim C. said... {Reply}

Great post and Happy New Year, again! We heard a massive firecracker set off last night in our neighborhood and thought it must be Rosh Hashana celebrations. Thanks for sharing.

Gina @ Kleinworth & Co. said... {Reply}

Well a Happy New Year to you- hope it's FABULOUS!

Anonymous said... {Reply}

Happy New Year!

Dina Lettre said... {Reply}

Hope you enjoyed it, friend!