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Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Look Down!

Due to my lack of posting it seems that my friend Air Time has taken it upon himself to start up a story in the comments section of the post below.
Although it's quite random and unexpected (much like the man himself) I like it.

Go ahead and join in - there is nothing happening up here right now anyway :-)



At 4:46 PM, Blogger Air Time said...

Putting a story there was someone elses idea. If he wants credit, I'm sure he'll comment here.

At 6:25 PM, Blogger and so it shall be... said...

I don't deserve credit but I did my part. Let me know how it reads.

At 2:29 PM, Blogger miriamp said...

Wow, I even got tagged, but I missed the whole thing! (Nice save, Ezzie!) Shifra, that was almost exciting as DovBer's "I never" comment stream!

Oh, and Jameel, I was specifically referring to separate seating at shul dinners, where I'm likely to actually have friends I want to sit with. I don't get out much, (stay at home mom with 7 kids under 10) so seeing my friends sometimes actually ranks over seeing my husband. (And I will definitely quote you to my husband) But I could go either way at weddings, especially if everyone is from the Chosson's side and I don't know anyone.

I did have a horrible experience at a wedding once where the only people I knew were my husband, the chosson, one male friend of the chosson, and my newborn. Separate seating I would have dealt with, but it was unassigned separate seating, and everyone found a seat while I was feeding the baby. When I came back, I was totally lost, not wanting to barge in on any of the mostly full tables where everyone obviously knew each other. Someone eventually rescued me.

Holy Hyrax, that's beautiful, about looking at your wife and remembering your wedding.

OKay, not relevant to this actual post, sorry, Shifra!

At 3:21 PM, Blogger Shifra said...

NO worries Miriam, I'm not working for the thread police.

At 5:41 PM, Blogger Jameel @ The Muqata said...

Miriam; Stay at home mom with 7 kids under 10?!

You can say WHATEVER you wish (With 7 kids under 13 at my home, that's enough to drive most normal people insane...and you have 7 under the age of 10?) More power to you!

Shavua Tov - Chanuka Sameach!



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