Posts Tagged: christmas

They all know I want it. Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime… They can see the desire in my eyes. Or maybe it’s the stressed-out, “Hanukkah-started-right-after-Thanksgiving-this-year-and-it-will-NOT-let-up” look on my face. In any case… It’s December! The time of year for festivities, family, lots of work, and one of my favorite guilty pleasures.* Not wine, chocolate or online  […]

A quick note to my friends and readers: thank you so much for your kind interest and patience. Many of you have written to ask when I’ll have something new for you to read (which is UNBELIEVABLY flattering and just the tiniest bit stress-inducing). I am working hard on both the re-publication of The Marriage  […]

Can I be honest with you? No rabbis in the crowd, right? As a whole-hearted convert to Judaism for nearly eight years, I have to confess: I’ve been missing Christmas lately. Not the religious meaning (sorry, bumper sticker people), but the secular, gift-laden family event that was Christmas morning at my house growing up. You  […]