Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Blog B'Omer - Too Little, Too Late

I don't really have anything to say about yesterday's holiday, Lag B'Omer, but once I came up with the title for the post, I couldn't hide it under a bushel, could I?

On the other hand I have a lot to say about Mother's Day, but my daughter said it better.

3 comments:

Tamar said...

Your daughter's post is exquisite. I will print it out and share it in my early childhood development courses.

By the way, I used to love Lag B'Omer. We would join the shikun's bonfire and bake potatoes in aluminium foil and sing and talk and feel community! Wow! Thanks for the memory.

Happy belated Mothers Day.

Chancy said...

Savadotty, Your daughter's post was right on the mark. I wish I could go back and have some "do over time" as a Mom as I remember times when I picked unnecessary fights.

I have lerned that lesson in time to use it with my grandchildren.

Wonderful picture of your sweet grandaughter in the outfit of her own choosing.

Savtadotty said...

Tamar - "Exquisite" is the word I was seeking to describe both her post and my delight in reading it. Now am I proud as well, to know you will be using it professionally.

Chaccy - The great American preacher Oprah Winfrey often repeats a variant of this observation: "Forgiveness is something you do for yourself." I would add: "And for your grandchildren!"