Hi! Welcome to my blog! Maybe you just came to read about the excellent web series “Soon By You,” but you are certainly welcome to stay and read a little more about the truth about feeding small children, maybe get a little inspired by a shift in perspective, or just laugh about the time I had to disassemble my oven. If you… Continue reading “Soon By You” is the Web Series Orthodox Jews Have Been Waiting For
Disclaimer: I did lots of linking to the glossary this week, as this post is pretty heavy on the Yiddish and Hebrew vocab. I usually make an effort to use English where possible, but this week’s subject matter didn’t really allow for that. I’ll try to make next week’s post more English-based. Dating. Did you groan when you… Continue reading A Segulah to Get Married
Today is the 10-year anniversary of 9/11. I feel funny about posting something without making reference to this national milestone. My husband and I met almost 6 years after the tragic events of that day, and by then, life had largely returned to what is the new normal. For people more closely connected with the… Continue reading How I met my husband
Tammy Jutan, born and bred in Johannesburg, South Africa, aged 26, is wife to Doron and mother to Daniel Yaakov (and one in the oven). She can occasionally be found blogging at http://apinchofgratitude.blogspot.com/ Before I was married, I believed that marriage was perfect. Seriously. I thought that if you met someone with common goals, who… Continue reading Marriage isn’t Perfect
The results are in for this month’s poll! There was a much better turnout this time than last, so that was exciting (hey, it’s the little things). I’ve heard many times that it’s important to date your spouse after marriage, you know, to nurture the relationship, to continue to relate to your spouse on an… Continue reading What’s Your Take Results: How often do you “date” your spouse?