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Hurricane Sandy

My husband and I were blessed by being without power for only 4 days.  We spent our candlelit nights playing scrabble wearing parkas, ear muffs and hats.  We listened to our transistor radio and felt such pride in Gov. Christy’s leadership.  We visualized the devastation at the Jersey shore through the descriptions told to us on the radio.  When our power came on, Don and I danced the “Snoopy dance” in our living room.  We are grateful for our blessings. 

Having a clutter free home…


Added by Eileen Bergman on November 6, 2012 at 4:33pm — No Comments

300 books = 1 thing

I read your book two years ago and about the time I finished it was time to celebrate the Jewish New Year.  I had an epiphany of how I wanted to celebrate the holidays.  After services one day  I asked my husband to join me to sort through our overflowing bookshelves in our living room, tv room, and basement.  Our goal was to eliminate books that were no longer of interest, and to create a pile to donate to charity.  

I found the experience to be rejuvinating and very freeing.  I was…


Added by Eileen Bergman on October 19, 2012 at 5:30pm — No Comments

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