Both meals at home

For the first time in a long time we had both meals at home this Shabbos. That is not to imply in any way that they were quiet meals. Adina Bloomberg, an old friend of Shira's, joined us for Shabbos (third time already this year). On Friday night we had Elie and Eli for dinner again and then the Steiners, our next door neighbors came over for dessert. The Steiners only had one of five kids home for Shabbos so we invited them for lunch also. Today, we had the Shlockers, minus one kid, the Rosenbaums, minus Chanina (check out her beautiful and delicious cakes for people in the Modiin area) who is in the States, the Steiners, and two people the Shlockers were planning on having for lunch for a grand total of 10 adults and 12 kids. I think that's the most we've had since we moved here. We only have one table and 14 chairs so we're lucky that the Wines graciously lend us their table and chairs whenever we need. Joel pointed out that we use it more than they do.

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