Well, boys and girls – geeks and nerdlings – it’s that time of year again!
The Jewish holidays will soon be fast upon us. (Is that a redundancy?)
This coming Jewish year (5773), all of the seven (count ’em – SEVEN!) of Jewish holy days between September 16 and October 10 will fall on week days.
I will be spending almost all of them in The Heart of the Old World (i.e. the area of Bathurst Street between Lawrence and Wilson avenues)
As such, this blog (along with its ‘brother blog’ Kosher Samurai) won’t be posting articles as per its regular Monday, Wednesday, Friday schedule.
It’s a Jew thing. 😉
Not to worry. I will return to my usual full schedule by the middle of October, all refreshed and spiritually revived.
Wish all of my readers the best, now and always. Thank you for popping by and reading my musings.
As they say in the Vatican, “Gutt yontiff! A gutten un a gezinter yor! A gebentshed un a zeeser yor!”*
* Translation (from Yiddish): “Happy holy day! A good and a healthy year. A blessed and a sweet year!”