Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Inspired by the ideas in A Mother In Israel's post about decorating the walls of the Sukkah I decided on a plan for at least one of the plain white walls of our own cloth Sukkah. After staring at them for 4 or 5 years and mulling over one idea after another (one idea was to paint the 7 species of Israel onto part of a panel, another idea was an Ushpizen-inspired mural) I hit upon a plan with the help of the ideas in the post.
So right now, one panel sports the yellow hand prints (and smudges that goes along with having a 3 year old) of the Pesky household in a vague sun-like shape.
Each year we'll be adding to the mural and b'Ezrat Hashem (God's Will) we'll add more hand prints as the Pesky family expands to sons- and daughters-in-law and grandchildren.
Posted by Pesky Settler at 7:36 AM
Labels: family sukkah project
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I enjoyed reading your Blog.The silk tallit is also esteemed as a garment that Jesus wore, and therefore should be worn by believers if they are going to observe Torah in accordance with the Laws that God commanded.
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