Friday, December 11, 2009

We Moved...... AGAIN!!!

What have i been up too? Well.......... Church, School, getting ready for CHRISTmas, and MOVING.......again. This is the 3rd time in 16 months!! The house has 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a big school room, living room, kitchen/Dinging room...... and a POOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I can't wait entil Christmas! It will be so fun!!!!!!!!! I have made some great friends down here!!! I really like one of the other homeschooled familys. They are great!!!!! We are having a Christmas Coffee House at my church. I get to be Mary in one of the dramas we are doing. It will be great!!!!!!! i can't wait! Joseph just turned 11, and Katie just turned 15. Daddy's birthday is in a few days too!

Thursday, August 27, 2009

My new kitten!

Hello! It has been so long since i have Written!!!!!!!!!! First of all, I got a new kitten!!!!!!!!!!! Her name is Boo, she is black and white,and so cute!!!!! The re son her name is Boo, is because when Daddy found her Mommy, Daddy , and Katie where at church, and Daddy saw that the fountain needed filling up, so daddy was filling it up,(are alot of bushes around the fountain) and a little kitten(Boo) popped it's head out of a bush, and Mommy and Katie saw it and thought it was so cute,so they brought it home and hear we are! Right now every one is Fine dandy! I am really missing me some mountains! But I think we are getting used to it! Above is a picture of Boo!!!!!!

Friday, February 20, 2009

Here is some of my school work my Mom said to put on here!


Two challot is known as ''double bread.'' They remind us how the Israelites were in the wilderness and they gathered a double portion on Friday. The cloth covering recalls the dew which was on the manna. The parents bless their children at supper. For a boy they would say, ''My God make you like Ephraim and Manasseh.'' For a girl they would say, ''My God make you like Sarah, Rebekah, Rachel, and Leah.

Friday night service in the conservative synagogue are short. Some prayers include a song with the words:''Come my friends let us welcome the Sabbath the bride!'' Kiddush is said over wine in the synagogue just as it was long ago!

The Sabbath meal is to honor the Sabbath. In some synagogues, candles are lit and Kiddush is said. After the meal, Kiddush or (Grace) is said and the family chats.

In our time, in many Jewish homes, Shabbat is celebrated with joy. The celebration of shabbat begins early on Friday. The house is cleaned and the table is set with the prettiest tablecloth and dishes. On the table are candlesticks with candles, and the kiddush cup. The mother lights the candles. In some homes the daughters light a candle. The mother covers her eyes and says the blessing. In some homes the men light candles.

Thank you for reading!

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

My first blog!!!!!!!!!

Hi! This is my first blog as well as my first entree! Hi Emily! I cant wait to hear what you have to say! Please write!