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“One time, we tried to learn a line dance / where we linked arms in order of the generations…”
an elderly person's hand touches a baby's foot
“G-d forbid we eat grocery store drek.”
clawfoot bathtub
A poem on counting the years with your grandchildren.
children in silhouette playing on the rocks
A complete ceremony to honor becoming a grandparent, either with the new family member’s parents and new grandchild present or from a distance
Smiling grandmother being hugged by toddler in pigtails against a black background
“My grandchild, at three, is imperious”
small white boy in orange t-shirt playing with toys at a table
“This year we have someone new joining our Seder table”
My Newborn Grandson’s First Seder

“Your birthright renews every breath”

Tomorrow

Poem honoring a grandmother’s story of survival

Sophie

We are all together walking home, on the road of teshuva

Come Home: A Rosh Hashanah Meditation

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