Did you ever wonder why you give the woman you love orchids? C'mon, you mean to tell me that you never bought your wife an orchid? What are you waiting for? Oh, and for the frummies, there's no law that you can't buy your wife flowers during the Three Weeks, especially for the Shabbat table. Wait and see what an effect the orchids have on her.
By the way, the flowers on the top of our new banner (above) are orchids. Why did I choose orchids in the design? Orchids in Hebrew are סחלב - sachlav. The first two letters, סח or "sach" means to speak, and the second two letters, לב or "lev" means "heart". As such, the Hebrew word for orchid means "speaking from the heart." When you give your wife an orchid, you're telling her from the heart that you love her. When you speak to Hashem from the heart in personal prayer, you're telling Him that you love Him. So now you know why the Beams is currently embellished with orchids.