Friday, March 26, 2010

On the other hand, Nissan has its advantages :)

Start with this post and work your way back to the original via link.

As I said in the linked posts, I'm invariably still catching up on davvening/praying the Amidah prayer while everyone else is saying the Tachanun prayer. So, when I head home on the subway to drop off my tallit and tefillin and pick up my backpack, I end up starting from Tachanun and repeating whatever I've already recited of the psalms and prayers that come afterward. Sometimes, especially on Monday and Thursday, when Tachanun is longer, I don't finish, and have to do (the Aleinu prayer and) the Shir shel Yom/Psalm of the Day at home. But without Tachanun, I can just start at Ashrei and finish Shacharit (Morning Service) on the subway. :)

In case I'm a bit busy finished the kitchen kashering, I'll take this opportunity to wish all of you a Pesach kasher v'sameach, a Kosher and Happy Passover.


Anonymous jdub said...

Chag kasher v'sameach, Shira.

Fri Mar 26, 02:10:00 PM 2010  
Blogger Larry Lennhoff said...

Chag Kasher v'sameach to you and yours.

Fri Mar 26, 02:17:00 PM 2010  
Blogger Shira Salamone said...

Thanks, JDub and Larry!

We've been having fun with our Pesach prep, as you can see.

Sun Mar 28, 02:01:00 PM 2010  

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