B”H we enjoyed a beautiful first day of yom tov. Special thanks to our dear hosts. [We’re looking forward to seeing you again I”YH on Sunday and then also here in TRLEOOB (the real life equivalent of our blog) for Simchat Torah.]
Here are some interior views of our succah:
As you can see, when it comes to succah decorations, we believe that more is, well, more. Quiet good taste certainly has its place and all, but not, IMHO, in the succah.
Kol hakavod to the kids – especially ASG and AMG – for all their hard work building and decorating the succah. Well done!
Speaking of ASG, in the comments to this post, I wondered if he would perhaps post a picture of his own tefillin bag. Here, then, is the picture he gave me:
Note how he expertly blurred his name on the top of the bag.
(As a side note, I must say that these pictures look really good on my new monitor.)
All of our readers are encouraged to come visit our succah in person. (One of these days, I should really blog about that quaint Israeli expression, “אנא קחו את זה כהזמנה אישית” – “please think of this as a personal invitation”.)
from the entire Our Shiputzim staff.