Who would have thought the joy of Sabbath could get any better? But under a sukkah, with good friends, the joy is multiplied!
Angelina and I were joined on Friday night by the Seiger family. As previously mentioned, I asked guests to bring a decoration for the sukkah, because they are not guests but family. So this sukkah is as much theirs as it is ours.
After a wonderful morning at Temple Aron haKodesh, we came home to a pot full of Jaime Geller’s Family Heirloom Cholent. In this case, a photo cannot convey the wonderful aroma nor the taste that has your mouth singing!
An afternoon nap was just the right thing after a great time of worship and good food.
Have you ever built a sukkah? Or maybe joined someone under theirs? I’d love to hear about your experience.