Saturday, September 19, 2009

L'shana tova

May you enjoy your apples and honey


May you find it easy to give and receive


May you know when to surrender, and do so with grace


May you remember that some people's lives are parched dry ...
and be grateful for the abundance in yours


May you find beauty in unexpected places


May you carry your loads with ease amid sweetness


May you learn and teach well


May you move with as much joy and ease as you can


May your home be filled with fresh air and light


May your tense and angry times be short-lived ...


so that you come back quickly to your comfortable ol' self


May you be startled and delighted by new beginnings


May you find your uniqueness


May you play with friends...


and hear beautiful music


May you come to the surface for air when you need it


And may everything that hurts you also be a little funny

Have a wonderful 5770!!
L'shana tova ...
To a good year for us all.

Hat tip to my IRL friend who sent this to me in an email.

13 comments:

songbird's crazy world said...

L'shana tova. Let me wish you a happy and a healthy new year.

Jenni said...

What a beautiful blessing for a new year. The food art is just amazing.

Tammy Howard said...

Happy New Year!

This was really an awesome post.

Kila said...

Enjoyed the post! Happy New Year!

LceeL said...

Happy New Year, to you and yours, my dear and sweet friend.

Suzanne said...

That was great. Happy New Year. May it bring many blessings, birthday parties and blog posts from your beautiful family.

Joyce-Anne said...

Happy New Year! The food art was amazing. Thank you for sharing it with us.

Kelley @ magnetoboldtoo said...

Beautiful.

MWAH my sweetness.

HalfAsstic.com said...

Totally awesome!

Karen said...

Did your mother never teach you not to play with your food?

And may you have the very happiest of new years.

Jaina said...

What a neat post...those pictures are great! I'm gathering from the comments that L'shana tova means New Year, so Happy New Year!

Pamela said...

I've seen these wonderful fruits before. They were even more fun this time with the added words.

L'shana tova. I like how that sounds.

Anonymous said...

I sent this to all my Jewish friends and they all loved it. Thank you for giving me a cool way to say happy new year.

 
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