13 Nisan, 5773
I'll clue you in to a Hebraicism you might not know: KLP is shorthand for a Hebrew phrase כשר לפסח that means Kosher l'Pesakh/kosher for Passover.
Wahoo, Passover/Pesakh is only hours away (it begins Monday night). I look forward to the fun with friends.
If you need a quick FYI on the symbolism of the long, drawn out Passover seder meal, read Symbolism with Substance.
Today I'm the designated hostess of the Haveil Havalim blog carnival that pops up on monitors around the world from time to time. Check out the kewl content below!
Esser Agorot (his real identity is a cheerfully guarded secret) regales us with... A photo caption contest at Catch the Kipa.
Calling a wannabe murderer A WANNABE MURDERER!
I hope you'll have a happier holiday for the silly fun here. As we say in Hebrew, חג שמח וכשר chag samayakh v'kasher (have a happy, kosher Passover. In all respects ;^ )
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Focus on making more of yourself. Smile when you look in the mirror.