To my Jewish friends here...


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L'shanah tovah tikatev v'taihatem!

Blessings upon you and yours.

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Blessings upon you and yours

back at ya!!! :rolleyes:

family never was very religious

i do remember my roots - where i came from

people Celebrate their religion in their own private ways

that's what i do

hope you have a wonderful evening :)

my daughter lives in GA (NY here)

wish i were there (3 grand-kids too)

Christina is having 35 people over for dinner tonight!!!!

she loves to cook and entertain

111 lbs gone

wonderful weight loss

congratulations

kathy

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Same to y'all. All i knew is "l'shana tovah." Live and learn. I am non-religious Jewish and treasure my heritage as a history and a culture.

@@proudgrammy, 111 lbs and 99 lbs, respectively, of schmaltz gone?

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Lol. I'm an Italian Catholic girl raised in an Orthodox setting. My Mother has been the administrator of a synagogue since I was a little girl (I'm 50 now)-we've taken to celebrating Passover, Sukkot, Purim and Hannukah- now with my children as well. The High Holidays are a part of it.

Sounds crazy, but it's just how we roll.


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111 lbs and 99 lbs, respectively, of schmaltz gone?

@@WLSResources/ClothingExch

silly head :rolleyes:

i was referring to the "writer" of this thread @@LisaMergs

look to her profile left of her pic

it says weight loss..............

she wrote in 111 lbs!!!

i was commenting on HER wonderful weight loss

then saying congrats!!

sorry if i wasn't clear

hope no one else was scratching their heads

i am 2 months shy of 5 years po

at the end of my first year PO

i reached my goal losing 105 lbs

past couple of months i have crept

up/fluctuated about 6 lbs :(

that's why my ticker says 99 lbs lost, 6 lbs OVER GOAL

it's been hard for me to lose those lbs now

i WILL lose it though

don't/can't let 6 turn to 8 then 10lbs then.............

@@WLSResources/ClothingExch - status you said

Q: "Why does the lapband fail?" A: Because it doesn't study....

:D tooooo cute/funny

kathy

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@@proudgrammy Kathy, you referred to Lisa and i referred to both of you, hence, the 111 and the 99. Two odd numbers, huh? You'll get your goal. You're that kind of woman.

@@LisaMergs, it doesn't sound crazy at all. There are many aspects that anyone can relate to. Let's not forget the fun parts, either. I'm glad I never liked latkes to the point of refusing to eat them as a kid. (I found out several years ago when making a vegetable pie with a grated-potato crust that it's the texture of grated potato that's the turn-off.) I'd eat only the applesauce and sour cream, still a treat to me.

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Damn latkes!!! Always love them. Still make for the kids

But my noodle kugel??? To die for. Alas, it is in the past...

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Alas, it is in the past.

@@LisaMergs

A girl can still dream

no calories, carbs or sugar involved!! LOL

oh oh

now you did it!!!

talking about all those yummy holiday foods!!!

potato lalkies, kugle!!!

two of my favorites

IMO some OP might convert to Judaism for the great tasting holiday foods :)

they don't know what they are missing LOL

oh well, getting my Lite and Fit blueberry Dannon Yogurt

(which i actually do love)

kathy

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