happy hanukkah


from our home to yours

35 comments:

  1. Happy Hanukkah Daryl...I have a new daughter in law who is teaching me all of the wonderful Jewish customs...it is very exciting for this Catholic girl!

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  2. Wow, is that a menorah or a candleabra? Absolutely a menorah, I believe (and you KNOW why I SAY SO! lol).

    HAPPY HANUKKAH, my friend! May you embrace the right to call it such forever!

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  3. Happy Hanukkah, Daryl!

    Your home looks warm and festive.

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  4. Happy Hanukkah! (I couldn't get our menorah widget to work this year.)

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  5. We're packing and I can't find the Menorah! Yikes!

    So, thanks. I'll use yours and have a double reason for wishing a wonderful Hanukkah.

    I just wish someone would figure out the proper way to spell it! ;-)

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  6. Happy Hanukkah, Daryl! Hope you were able to find that malbec.

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  7. Happy Hanukkah Daryl! I was thinking of you today and the candle lighting.
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  8. Pretty,
    happy Hanukkah to you and Cartoon man as well

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  9. Wishing you the same dear friend. My 2010 be a continuous feast of light for you.

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  10. Happy Hanukkah! May the candles glow extra brightly this year...

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  11. Happy Hanukkah to your family and friends~your home is as lovely as you are!
    Sandi

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  12. Happy Hanakkah to you and Ray, my dear bloggy friend. Stay warm, I saw your forecast!!

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  13. Indeed, happy hanukkah to you! Hanukkah is early this year. All the best to you both, Daryl.

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  14. Happy Hanukkah Daryl!! Love your picture! Enjoy the holiday!!

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  15. Happy Hannukah dear Daryl. May your lights and your life be bright and true.

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  16. Happy Hanukkah to you, my friend! What a beautiful photo, it captures the spirit, beauty and love.
    XXXXX

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  17. I guess I missed this!
    Anyway, Happy Hannukah!!!
    xoxo

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  18. Looking through a week's worth of posts, some of the others may be more dramatic photographically, but I like this one best. Completely outside my experience-- I love seeing the traditions of others. Happy Hannukah!

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  19. Not in a hurry to get it all over with already are you? I had this great graphic in my head that I was planning to do and never got around to doing, so my efforts are a bit anemic. Maybe I'll get it finished before the end of it all and do a follow-up/wrapup or something. whatever.

    But anyway. L'Chaim Auntie D, Shalom and Happy Hannukah.

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  20. Happy Hanukkah to both of you over there from both of us over here!

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  21. Oops I meant Hanukkah. Spelling isn't my strong suit.

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  22. Happy Hanukkah Daryl. Sorry I missed this special post on the day!

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  23. I've always loved Hanukkah candles. Although late,Happy Hanukkah!

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