Sometimes getting your act together and organizing yourself requires moving into a home that has your own personal touch.
I look forward to seeing you on the other side (and thanks for the ride)!
Until this past year.
There is a belief that saying the entire book of tehillim twice can do
miraculous things. I don't pretend to understand the way G-d's mind
works, but I believe it. This past year we have had several friends go
through difficult surgeries. The word went out and the response was
astounding. At one gathering, there were so many women that it took
under 20 minutes to complete the entire Tehillim twice. I think
reading Tehillim takes practice and patience. I often read in English
- if I understand it, it will help me move towards the Hebrew.
What I found miraculous, despite the good news received each time, was
the bringing together of so many people from different backgrounds and
groups. Everyone focused on a single goal. All with love in their
heart focused on helping a friend to pull through a difficult time and
Miracles surround us every day. We just have to open our eyes to see them.
On my 10th birthday my mom was super-emotional. I thought she was
nuts! I didn't get it.
I get it now.
When dropping N off at camp this morning, she saw a girl that she's
become friends with and asked me if she could just go in with her.
They met up and stood talking and being all girly for a a few minutes
before venturing inside. I'm sitting in my car almost in tears.
She's growing up. I'm so happy. But the baby that made me a mommy is a