Saturday’s Service and Dinner, According to a Note From Happiness Box 2021

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2 thoughts on “Saturday’s Service and Dinner, According to a Note From Happiness Box 2021”

  1. Hi, Jessica Marie!

    This is a first, dear friend. Never before have I read an entire post from a handwritten note. It’s a great idea! I’m excited and verklempt knowing that the Rabbis and congregants welcomed you to the Zoom Shabbat. It always feels great to be part of something important, and you have found a home among those who practice Judaism. I hope you enjoy that virtual walk. I’m also happy to know you found a new eatery with delicious food and friendly, helpful staff, and that you worked in a late evening ice skating session and played games with Alex and his friends. Your weekend outings are starting to resemble those of yesteryear before COVID restrictions. I’m so glad you are filling your days and evening with activities you enjoy. Just remember to mask up and stay safe when you are out and about. The pictures show a happy Jessica Marie and that makes me happy, too.

    Enjoy the rest of your week, dear friend JM!

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    1. Hi Tom,

      Thank you! I was so busy after work yesterday with cooking and scrapbooking, that I thought it would be fitting to post a note. Glad you enjoyed it. I will probably do the same thing tonight. 🙂

      Yes sir, I can’t wait for Friday night’s service. I wonder if the same congregants will be there on Friday evening. Val mentioned that you usually have their services Friday evening, but with Tu B’Shevat last week, I guess that’s why they had a Saturday morning one. I guess I’ll keep notes of schedules! Ah, so exciting!

      Oh, I plan on wearing a mask for a long, long while. I plan on keeping socially distant as well. Since it’s winter, and I’m bundled up, it’s easier, but come summer, I’m staying far, far, far away from people. Selfies with strangers will be put to a back burner during the summer, unless they agree to a 6 feet apart selfie. I’ll do like I did last year and I don’t plan on changing that anytime soon,

      Enjoy the rest of your week too, dear friend.

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