Shabbat Shalom

It has been a very rough week for our family as you can imagine. I would have had plenty to say about Holocaust Memorial Day and the Trump Peace Plan, but it must wait. Compounding it all I have gone down with an infection and “virus” (despite having had the flu injection).

So I shall just wish you all Shabbat Shalom. May the coming week be a whole lot better than the previous one. May everyone who needs it have a refuah shlema, and may we hear only good news.

Shabbat Shalom everyone.

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9 Responses to Shabbat Shalom

  1. E J says:

    Dear Anne, as always thank you for your Shabbat posting. But most importantly may I on this occasion wish you a speedy recovery.
    Shabbat Shalom
    Esther

  2. Reality says:

    Refuah Shlema and may you continue to bring us Good news posts once you are feeling better.
    Shabbat shalom

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  4. Jeff Polaski says:

    Please drink plenty of water.

    I was just now reading page 46 of the Plan, about security for Israel, when the Red Alert app on my Chromebook just sounded. Then again and again. Rockets from Gaza (or an unlikely number of false alarms). It intensifies the experience of reading about security for Israel.
    May those people who unthinkingly, viciously, hatefully oppose any possible chance for peace and security be damned for the fools they are. 

    At least four or five liters of water a day. Or more. Please.

    • anneinpt says:

      Not to worry Jeff, I’m drinking so much I feel like a fish! Feeling much better too thank G-d.

      Kol hakavod for wading through the peace plan. I’m interested in your views on it. And yeah, I agree with your opinion of the savages in Gaza.

  5. leelonghwa says:

    I hope you feel better. Rest up. We need (and look forward to)your in-depth point of view, especially now with the peace plan, the impeachment fail, typical Palestinian refusals, and J Street shouting into the wind. “Savages”. How apt, in so many ways.

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