Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Isru Chag

The Pesach dishes have all been put away; the initial chametz run has been made; long-neglected vacation homework assignments (due tomorrow, of course) are suddenly being recalled; and here in TRLEOOB*, we’ve kicked off the start of the eagerly anticipated Annual Gebrochts Week.

All in all, it’s a great time to check out the latest Haveil Havalim, which can be found here.

Special thanks to Raizy for including my Battle of the Haggadahs post.


*TRLEOOB=the real life equivalent of our blog


  1. Enjoy! It's funny, I've always said that considering how long it takes us to get ready for Pesach, I think the chag itself should be two weeks long. (Same for Sukkot, naturally.) You seem to have found the perfect solution! Enjoy your gebrochts!

  2. Toby - I second the motion for two-week-long chagim! :-)


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