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Comment on By Hand: a flood of noach, noe, noah by Diane O'Donovan

Fri, 01 May 2015 03:24:06 +0000

I'm linking your post to one I've just put up. Very interesting to see the link between the Hand of Miriam, Hamsa, and Noachic tradition. btw - some of the pictures are showing as broken links.

Comment on Patterns for Peacebuilders by jo field

Sat, 17 Jan 2015 19:43:29 +0000

Like JoannaB above, I too found you via Ravelry while searching for a Star of David ornament pattern. I've book marked you and will be back as well. I really like your crochet Menorah. I made one out of wooden thread spools this year, but would love to crochet one as well. Peace and Joy, jo

Comment on Patterns for Peacebuilders by tikkunknitter

Fri, 11 Oct 2013 12:37:28 +0000

Hello Carol, Please accept my apology for delaying my reply. I'm only just coming up for air catching up after the holidays. No, the kippot are not difficult to knit in general. They use a variation of Brioche technique that is user-friendly. The only trick is the beginning for most folks. But once that is mastered (some knitters need to reknit that part a bit), it goes quickly and easily. Leslie

Comment on Patterns for Peacebuilders by carol Rosenblatt

Mon, 16 Sep 2013 03:41:07 +0000

Love your Kippas. Are they difficult to knit? I'd love to buy your pattern. Please reply. Sincerely,

Comment on Rational (Jewish) Voter 9: oy-bama! by Grant

Mon, 24 Sep 2012 08:47:53 +0000

Thank you for the update about Michelle Obama's cousin. Romney/Ryan would be horrible for this country. I'm for Israel being that I am Jewish. And I have bumper stickers on my van constantly about women's rights, and what Romney/Ryan would do if they win the presidency. We have got to get people to the polls to vote!

Comment on Rational (Jewish) Voter 9: oy-bama! by Harmony

Mon, 17 Sep 2012 23:02:54 +0000

P.S. I still have my 2008 Obama bumper stickers on my car- a Prius of course- next to the new ones.

Comment on Rational (Jewish) Voter 9: oy-bama! by Harmony

Mon, 17 Sep 2012 23:01:51 +0000

I will vote for him again. At least he has not turned on Israel like Carter did. Obama's main problem is trying to please too many people and not being tough enough with those who disagree. Who can disagree with sharing? It blows my mind the people who will vote for Romney because he is the rich people's candidate. So they think by voting for him, they'll get rich. Not gonna happen! Bill Clinton always said if you want to live like a Republican, vote Democratic. I think Obama was treated to too much racism and as a Jew, I need to counter that.

Comment on Rational (Jewish) Voter 9: oy-bama! by shoshana marques

Tue, 28 Aug 2012 14:08:29 +0000

Israel will die with obama's help.

Comment on Rational (Jewish) Voter 9: oy-bama! by Marny

Wed, 22 Aug 2012 06:23:07 +0000

My vote will continue for President Obama. There is nothing about the others that is appealing, for Israel or for women, etc. Michelle Obama's cousin is chief rabbi in Chicago, in case people here don't know that.

Comment on Passover 3: a plague of (peace) frogs by Whirlwind Weekend « Joeyanna's Journey

Mon, 09 Jan 2012 19:08:34 +0000

[...] Because of all the aforementioned hubbub on Saturday, I was not able to get my grocery shopping done (which means we did not get the ingredients for the black bean brownies so no report on that), but I was able to print off and organize some more whole/natural food/natural medicine information and recipes and structure a month’s worth of meals.  I was then able to have a blessed worship experience on Sunday; fellowshipping with my precious family and our dear friends and afterwards I retired for a really good nap while DH watched some Bowl Games.  When I awoke I made homemade spaghetti sauce to which I added the leftover meatloaf I had cubed; we had spaghetti and meatcubes for dinner with our normal side of sautéed green beans.  I was also able to start a project I have been interested in for some time,  crocheting the Plagues of the Exodus for use in our Pesach (Passover) Seder.  I got the idea after seeing this.   [...]