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Hugs xox. Good Shabbos and happy weekend to everyone. I'm looking forward to lots of laughter and good conversation. Thank goodness for technology!
Sunny, thank you for this peaceful thread. Help yourself, mangia!! I love the way those juices look. Thanks for sharing your brunch with us!!
Good Shabbos to all who have gathered here at the most peaceful posting place on the QVC forums. May all of you -- and all others, of course -- have a pleasant weekend of good health and joyful moments.
I pray that the week ahead is safe and sane. May sanity and goodwill toward our fellow man prevail! Hope is on the horizon. Sunny , thank you for providing this haven and your uplifting thoughts every week.
It is a joy to stop by and visit. Shabbat Shalom to Sunny and other posters here. Wishing all a safe and hopefully peaceful long weekend. Stay well.
Wash those hands. Wear your masks and stay distanced. Shabbat Shalom to all you lovely people who post here every Friday and bring some sanity into our lives during these trying times.
Wishing all of you a peaceful and healthy weekend. There are so many snowbirds and vacationers here in South Florida and the covid numbers are skyrocketing every day.
Very scary. To those children still without the loving arms of their families my thoughts and prayers are with you.
Good Shabbos Sunny and friends,. Lots of prayers and wishes for peace and kindness for the week. Donna, thankyou for the bagels and goodies, pure heaven!
I picked a ton of blood oranges from our tree,if you stop by you can each have a bag. Kutira, hoping you feel much better tomorrow!
It takes a while to defuzz the mind. May your brother's memory be a blessing. BBFL - I often think of those poor children.
Not that it does any good to wish, but hopefully someday they will be reunited with their loved ones. Blood oranges are a favorite of mine, but we rarely see any in Maryland!
They are mostly small and not very juicy. We are lucky that it has thrived. This year, though, the oranges are not quite as red.
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That is the pact between immigrants and their children in America: they give us a better life, and we spend the rest of that life figuring out how much of our flesh will pay off the debt.
Beautiful mirror rooms. Digging the New York Times column The Hunt. Which would you pick??? The perfect headline.
New York Magazine. These are on my birthday wishlist. Yummmmm, parmesan oven risotto. A houseboat in NYC. Yes, my husband calls me lazy sometimes but damn I create an incredible day on the couch: catching up on my fave podcasts, watching trash TV, browsing ThreadUp, spooning my dog and drinking warm beverages.
Like big braids, awesome waves, cute ponytails, all of it. Unfortunately, I am about to start chemo at age 33 and will be losing it. Note: If you buy something through our links, we may earn an affiliate commission, at no cost to you.
We recommend only products we genuinely like. Thank you so much. Maybe beautiful earrings could become one of her new things :.
I loved the New Yorker article. We are not undocumented but the experience of being the shield and translator for our immigrant parents rings so true.
And there is always guilt. Immigrant parents sacrifice so much for their kids. Our experience was tempered by the refugee experience: the journey to quite literally escape a country at war, the years of uncertainty and fear in a refugee camp, the poverty and manual labour in our new country.
This history forever hangs over us, no matter our success, always adding guilt to our failures. It is easy to feel resentful of the pressure to succeed.
Me too. All the things we will do! Truly a happy car! First I wanted to thank you for all of the amazing content you provide! I will forever be grateful for all that you do.
My nephew recently lost his great grandmother and his beloved dog that my sister got before he was born in the span of an already very tough week, and I wanted to see how I could help.
Or are any of your amazing readers? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Not sure about books but I am sure there are tons out there. This is a picture book, so a bit young for your nephew but maybe not?
I read to my little cousin last summer and sobbed, it was so beautiful and touching. Thank you so much, Caitlin and Laura! I really appreciate it and hope these help to bring comfort to my nephew.
The New Yorker piece was amazing — I pulled it up to read while brushing my teeth and just stood in the bathroom to finish it before I quoted passages to my husband.
What a writer and what a worthy topic — so insightful! I can only do a simple braid. Hunt, love that feature. Not far from the Palisades so I can look across the Hudson to make sure Manhattan is ok.
Sending love to Kelly as she starts chemo. My mom went through chemo 25 years ago. When it grew back, her formerly straight hair was curly!
She was so excited to play with a new texture and enjoy the volume that came with it. Oh my … the tears make it somewhat difficult to type, but … oh my.
Much love to everyone in CofJ land. I loved that New Yorker piece too. I shared it with my writing academy students this week. Such a gorgeous piece of writing.
Michael Thompson mentioned you in his latest article on Medium. Bookmarking as a new favorite. Kelly, I had my final round of 16 chemo treatments today!
I was diagnosed with breast cancer this past fall at 31 and am now I was so scared of losing my hair it was the feature I loved most about myself and tried cold capping to try to save it.
By the time I had major hair loss happening, I already had little stubbly regrowth coming in, about 8 weeks ago. And way cheaper than a wig! My heart is with you as you start chemo — it is most daunting at the beginning.
You can do this!! But really- must we be so snide regarding Trump fashion? Quite entitled. I know that CoJ staff takes respecting all people seriously; perhaps you can be more judicious in your linked articles to reflect that?
When the whole scandal broke out about Obama wearing a tan suit, no one was called out for being racist.
When Rush Limbaugh called out Michelle Obama for being fat, unattractive and looking like an Ethiopian if she was on the diet she was suggesting, no one called him out on racism.
He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom instead. The article called his tie ketchup colored. Kay I am speechless.
Are you saying that if someone says something not nice, and that gives you liberty to be mean back?
And to say- well, they dug deeper so this is definitely ok. I try my best- and train my children to do the same- to take the high road and be the kind, moral person regardless of how low others may stoop.
But yes, be speechless. You questioned if someone says something not nice, does that give you the liberty to be mean back? BIPOC people are always expected to take the high road, to be kind in the face of mockery, cruelty and racism because that is always how it has been in this country, in this world.
You can teach your kids to take the high road. In that case, yes, we might remark upon the fact that the Trump administration, which has featured out-and-proud white supremacists in senior roles since day 1, was also using fashion choices to promote white supremacy.
The toddler in question regularly sat reading by my side, and as he and your blog grew, your Friday posts became his favourites.
Hair was halfway down my back before. I chopped it short unexpectedly ADORABLE before it started thinning and then buzzed it as soon as hair started landing in my food.
It was very hard for a VERY short time. Hang in there sister. Kelly, I went through chemo, surgery, and radiation last year. Some days will be easier than the others, some days will be harder than the others.
Find yourself a good support group in real life and online. Sending you good thoughts, and much love. My beloved Aunty died this week.
Does anyone have anything kind of literary and beautiful? Nothing too saccharine. Extra points for themes of resilience, acceptance, legacy. Thank you!!
Have you read this? It would be a beautiful reading. Tracy — I am so sorry for your loss. DM me — amyvdzd at gmail dot com My grandfather passed away this year and his favorite poet was Hafiz.
I think you might be able to find something good in there. His and so my favorite was The Sun Never Says. Not sure if this poem will feel like the right fit, but it is one of my favorites for challenging times:.
Kate cites Mary Oliver as one of her inspirations so you could look at her work — she writes about life and death so beautifully. Hi Tracey.
Someone contacted me and sent me here. Email me! All you people are so beautiful. I will read all of these and cherish that you took the time to reply.
Thanks so much for your generosity though. When your meditation has brought you a light that shines in every night, even death is not a death is but a door to the divine.
With the light in your heart, death itself is transformed into a door, and you enter into the universal spirit; you become one with the ocean.
Now is always the time, and the fruit is always ripe. You just need to gather the courage to enter into your inner forest.
The fruit is always ripe and the time is always the right time. There is no such thing as wrong time.
Condolences on the loss of your Aunty, Tracey. I submit this gentle farewell poem, Blessing the Boats, by Lucille Clifton.
I got mine from Booktopia. I still have a few bits of them, use them as rags and I have some breakable stuff wrapped up in them, too.
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