December 21st, 2008 by Melina

Night One!


It’s Hanukkah. Already. Wow. The hallway at school has dreidels hanging from the ceiling and tomorrow the kids will be eating sufganiot for snack. In honor of the festival of lights, I thought I’d post this video of Sarit Hadad singing Light A Candle. It’s in Hebrew and English (and not religious) and the song won the Eurovision contest in 2002. I thought it had a good message for this dark, gloomy time of year.  And the candles are pretty.



Happy Holidays!

Posted in Holiday Fun

4 Responses

  1. Ilana

    Ooo… pretty. And I saw our menorah in there – the tree of life one right at the end.

    Happy Hannukah!

  2. Robin

    Happy Hanukkah, Melina! We celebrate both Hanukkah and Christmas in my house and spent the first night eating latkes! Oh, how I love them! Tomorrow, we’re having a big holiday dinner with prime rib, but we’re having more latkes too since the holidays overlap this year. I hope you’re having a wonderful holiday and wish you the best in the new year!

  3. admin

    Ooh, latkes, yum! Haven’t had any yet this year. Must do something about that!

    Enjoy tomorrow’s feast! :-)

  4. Marilyn Brant

    Hope you had a Happy Hanukkah, Melina!! Best wishes for the New Year :).

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