Atoning For Our Sins
It was nice to spend the Jewish holiday with my friends. Here we are heading off to the far suburbs to go have dinner with Nigel’s mom, Jane.
We got out to the country… and Jane Richards showed us her horses.
I love the way she tried to get Nigel and company to do some work out in the barn. We were still out there when it got dark out and we were really hungry. There was a radio on in the barn so we started to get silly and danced around. I think our growling stomachs were taking over and making us act funny.
On our way back in from the barn, Nigel found some old 611 Records stickers in the garage. He decided his mom needed to get stickered. She thought he was just being nice and patting her on the back!
We eventually ate.
The next day, Mike, Nigel and I spent some time at the synagogue. It was a beautiful day out. Nigel rode his bike from Fishtown to Old City to meet us and the sight of him in his suit on his Pee-Wee Herman bike totally made me laugh.
That night, Mike and I went out to the burbs again, this time to my parents’ house to break the Yom Kippur fast. After dinner, mom whipped out the traditional Kuznits family chocolate m&m birthday cake she made for me, in celebration of my birthday last week.
Then I set my automatic timer and made everyone smile for a group photo. I have so many photos on my camera, I feel sometimes that if I don’t post the photos here on my blog, they’d get lost. So here we go! Group family photo the night after Yom Kippur 2009!