Sunday, September 16, 2012

Wishing you...

...a Sweet New Year.


L'Shana Tovah Tikatevu

Rosh Hashanah begins at sunset tonight.



28 comments:

  1. A sweet New Year to you too.
    Best wishes Molly

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  2. Hey FaRaDaY, Hey Maxwell, Hey Allie, Jetty here. Hi Mom.

    Shana Tovah to all of you as well. Mom said we could have apple for sure, she has to see if honey is safe for K9s! I told her brisket would be a superlative substitute! :)

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  3. Rosh Hashanah!!!

    I don' t know what it means but it sounds nice so i'm saying it too.

    Huggies and cheese,
    Haopee

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    1. Hi Haopee! It means "New Year" in Hebrew! :-)

      A common greeting we use is L'shanah tovah ("for a good year").

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    2. (um, we guess Mommy shoulda out that up there! Ooops!)

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  4. Happy New Year to you! It certainly looks like a very sweet New Year too. :)

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  5. Happy New Year! What do kitties get to celebrate, since we can't taste sweet?

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  6. May all your family be written into the book of life for the coming year!

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  7. L'shanah tovah to you too!!

    The Florida Furkids

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  8. la photo est jolie, bonne année à vous
    Laurence

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  9. The best things in life are sweet.
    Happy New Year to you!
    xo, Katie & Glogirly

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  10. A very good New Year to you too, looking forward to 5773.

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  11. Happy Rosh HaShanah to you too xox

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  12. Oh Dog! I don't know the correct greeting to offer, but Happy New Year!

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  13. How lovely! Shana Tova Umetukah! Purrs!

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  14. Happy New Year to you!
    Your pals,
    Diane and Cosmo

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  15. From our home to yours, we wish the same for you!!! I am eating apple cake as we speak :)

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  16. Good yom tov. A wonderful holiday, by me. Always a very big deal. It really does feel like the year turns in my world. So nice to share it with you.

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  17. Oooo honey and apple. That looks delish! Happy Rosh Hashana to you!

    Waggin at ya,
    Roo

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  18. Super interesting! ...Glogirly grew up in CA and her dad found rattlesnakes in their garage and yard a couple of times. VERY scary!!! And one time when she lived in Houston she went to the garage to ride her new tricycle she'd gotten for Christmas, hopped on and grabbed the handlebars. One handlebar was bigger, warmer and had a SNAKE coiled around it. It was quite the freak-out. Glad I didn't witness the calamity that ensued.

    ; ) Katie

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  19. Ok, obviously the WRONG post....
    *rolls eyes*

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