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Wednesday, July 13, 2005


I'm marrying off a child overseas, so this blog may grind to a halt in coming weeks.

Help Wanted Department

Incidentally, if any of you have been faced by a lack of simcha in this situation and have any tips for me (no, I'm not unhappy with the shidduch - just don't get into ceremony much), I'd appreciate it.

Im yirtza Hashem bei uns alle! (all of you/us)

Hope to be back with you soon!


Blogger fsgsf said...

Mazel Tov!!! May you have much nachas and simcha!!

All the best!


NJ from NJ

1:23 PM  
Blogger ClooJew said...

Mazal tov to you. And to the couple, Tizku livnos bayis neeman beYisrael!

7:16 PM  
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