[Amusing sidenote: I wrote this on Friday and totally thought I published it. Not sure what happened there.]
Well, it’s really crunch time now. In less than two weeks, the movers are coming. I’m trying to tie up loose ends and get everything in boxes, etc.
So, I’m feeling a little blah about doing a post today. I apologize for the lack of enthusiasm, but I wanted to do a post to let you all know that there will be at least one guest post (hopefully more – contact me if you want to contribute!) while I’m moving, but I doubt if I’ll be able to do much myself.
As they say, see you on the flip side! (Okay, I don’t really know anyone who says that)
Here are a couple of links I thought were interesting this week:
A Mother in Israel had a nice, informative post on Breastfeeding Basics.
on the Atlantic, a mother/therapist asks if wanting our kids to be happy can land them in therapy (I don’t agree, but I thought it was a good article for thinking about what it is that makes us as people happy – A.S., I enjoyed discussing this with you last night!)
An amazing post on Kosher on a Budget reminded me of how people can really go above and beyond when others are in need.
And now, pictures to illustrate why I won’t be blogging as much (probably) until we’re settled in Baltimore:
Have a great Shabbos!
[right, not so relevant on a Sunday, but, hey, have a great Shabbos anyways!]
13 thoughts on “Around the Web and Pictures of the Week”
I totally remember the feeling!! Wishing you lots of hatzlacha with the packing, the move, the unpacking and settling in! I don’t know how you even had time to write a blog post with two little kiddies and all that packing to do!!
Amen, and thank you! The blogging helps keep me sane – I need a break from things to give me the energy to keep going. :)
I hear that, I am amazed at how you do it – but I guess that’s one of your ways of taking a break from real life…! :-)
exactly! We all have our own outlets for refreshment.
my thoughts are with you as I just got the last remnants of boxes out of our dining room :)
so exciting, Elle! Soon we will be neighbors!
Both helpers are pretty cute! All the best with your move.
Thanks Ilana-Davita. I love my helpers!
Baltimore is an amazing community. Our 16 years there were a big part of our spiritual growth. May you find the connections you need to make your sojourn there successful and joyful!
Good luck with the move. That reminds me that I ought to write to those who sometimes post on my blogs, since we’ll be traveling and I like having them updated.
Thanks Ruti! We’ve heard such good things about Baltimore. It’s really encouraging, especially since I really loved it here in Cleveland.
Thanks Batya, and I’m glad I could provide a reminder. :) Have safe travels!
Good luck on the move and look forward to checking out the Kosher on a Budget post!
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