Yom Kippur was intense.
Now comes the preparation for Sukkot, definitely my favorite holiday.
Students of Netanel came and helped me put up most of the sukkah: very very grateful.
The spruce and juniper cuttings for the roof will be delivered just in time to get them up.
Then I will put the finishing touches: sweep, wash the table and put on the special table cloth and napkins and decorative squashes, put cushions on the chairs, hang little lights and the lamp of colored glass from our trip in Spain.
I will be at a conference this coming weekend, and do not know whether I will be able to write in this site on Saturday night. Will try! And then, of course, we tumble straight into Sukkot: for the first two days the computer will be put to bed altogether.
I wish us all a vibrant and fulfilling harvest season, with enough harvest in any of the worlds to be able to give freely to those who need some of what we have.