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Show me your sukkah!

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Please post your pics on the Homeshuling facebook fan page – I can’t wait to see where you’ve been dwelling. (It was so hot here, I actually put a fan in the sukkah.) 


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If you aren’t on facebook, but want to participate, email your pics to homeshuling at gmail dot com.


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BookishIma

posted September 27, 2010 at 5:45 pm


For privacy reasons I don’t link up my blog with my FB account, but if it’s not too annoying, you can grab the image of our sukkah over here:
http://inoursmallgarden.wordpress.com/2010/09/27/sukkah-report-5771/



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Mara ~ Kosher on a Budget

posted September 27, 2010 at 7:22 pm


I see we do the same thing — decorate right on our sukkah walls! I found you from In Our Small Garden’s blog. Lovely resources, thank you!
If you have a moment, I’d love for you to link up to my “sukkah hop”. (Follow this same link to find a picture of my sukkah… ditto Bookish on the FB thing, sorry!) http://kosheronabudget.com/2010/09/22/welcome-to-koabs-1st-annual-virtual-sukkah-hop/
Moadim L’Simcha,
Mara



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