Another Monday, another weekend gone. Was yours a good one? Mine was fantastic, quite honestly. Among some much needed rest and relaxation, FH and I were very lucky to see Matisyahu in concert here in Grand Rapids. And it was … Continue reading
Whew! I just got done baking some challah I’m bringing for our oneg tonight…wanna take a sneak peek?
Oh man, I just want to eat it all. Right now.
I did make a special dinner for FH last night, but alas, it was a simple one that really doesn’t require a recipe for you. You can look at our plates and clearly see what we had, and if you had any doubts, a quick Google search would be all you needed to figure out how to cook it:
I had wanted to make something fancy, but time was not on my side. I whipped this up, and FH loved it, despite it not taking long, nor involving anything exotic or labor-intensive. It was delicious, perfect… and simple. Isn’t it amazing how often all those things come together?
I was thinking about that as I was baking my challah. As the smell of fresh, eggy bread filled the air, I reflected on the few, simple things you can do in order to have an amazing Shabbat – or really, any day of rest! No fancy pants required:
- Eat good food
- Laugh loudly and without hesitation
- Reflect on the beauty in your life
- Hold the ones you love close
- Repeat steps 1-4 until your smile is permanent 🙂
Time to jump in the shower to get ready for tonight! I hope each and every one of you has a wonderful night, a peaceful rest, and a fantastic day tomorrow. May you laugh loudly and hug until your ribs hurt. Until Sunday!
Happy 4th of July! Aside from everyone and their brother lighting off fireworks (people, please, can’t we wait until it’s at least dark and you can see them?), it’s a beautiful day here. I’m in a particularly ponderous mood today. … Continue reading