All week, I have been looking forward to Shabbat, and not just because it’s Friday and the end of the work/school week. Really, it’s feeling an awful lot like the movie, “Groundhog Day,” in my house, and the weekend doesn’t feel much different. I am guessing you can relate. I have been looking forward to Friday all week because last week, for the first time in MONTHS, my husband, child and I were all together for Shabbat. Despite the work we all had to accomplish over the course of the day, in between we managed to make a challah and prepare a beautiful meal together. I am so grateful for the blessing of my family, and that we are so lucky to be healthy and together—and that is what I am holding onto as I move into this Shabbat. I wish you all a peaceful Shabbat, one with moments, big or small, for deep appreciation.
Shabbat Songs with Mr. Marcos
Shabbat Stories with Jen
Shabbat Yoga with Teacher Cheryl – A full 20 minute class to get you centered for Shabbat!
Shabbat Services at 10:15 with Ditza and our Rabbis
We made this challah last week for Shabbat, and it was AMAZING. It might be my favorite recipe. I highly recommend it.
Centerpieces for the Shabbat table.
1. Stick Painting, from our Atelierista, Joanne
2. Cotton Ball Painting for Toddlers
3. Make each other Shabbat cards- Draw a picture of the highlight of your week together.
Caring for Our Earth:
Become a Personal Plant Doctor