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Wednesday, 11 October 2017


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Shavua Tov!

Racheli. I have been reading your page for quite a long time...
thank you.

This one you posted titled: My Fire will burn", made me laugh out loud. Thank you...

I love your sense of humour and your style of writng.

Hashem bless you and yours.



Chag samach.
I hope you have a wonderful chag so far. I thought I had to slave over a hot stove lol. Truth is we all do best for succot so it can be enjoyed by our family, even when you feel like you're being pooped. Just remember hashem likes it if you do your best.
I lose sight of this sometimes but its all good in the end. As for the elections. I don't know who belongs in jail or in the mental institution, sign I can't wait until the elections are over.

Elena Kuchik

that's hilarious! Hag sameach!


Thank you so much, Zipporah! You have great taste! I hope you had a wonderful Simchat Torah!


Yes, Messody, you're right on both counts. We're both exhausted, but Hashem is proud of us, and we're both terrified of the future President, whichever lunatic that will be. Hashem yirachem.


Elena, you have a fantastic sense of humor!


I gotta agree with the ladies above - Racheli, you are so funny! I can just hear Mike Myers's Linda Richman imitation right now, reading your article!

May we all have a geula-filled year!


OMG, Chava, I used to LOVE her!! Isn't it so sad she's not real? But maybe she really is... I know of a few Lindas like that. They get me so pheclempt!! And might I add that you have very fine taste! lol


That sounds delicious! I could eat that right now! Lol!

May you recuperate speedily and have a wonderful Simchat Torah! (Wish so much I could be there to celebrate with you! Someday, HaShem willing). ๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ™โค๏ธ


I seriously just laughed out loud in my kitchen when I read "how much can one woman cook? And shop? And watch the laundry grow and invade the rest of the house like the Blob? And suffer through two endless weeks of kids at home?"

It's funny to me because that is my every. single. day. I home school my four children (9,7,4,3 yrs) and run our mini-vegan-farm while my husband teaches. Everything gets cooked from scratch (feeding 6 people vegetarian on a teacher's salary. Oy) and no matter HOW many loads of laundry I do, the pile never gets any smaller. That might be because my children are mud-monkeys and enjoy coating themselves in earth. I feel your pain. Seriously.

"Two endless weeks of kids at home"... I think I just peed my pants laughing. :D

Sophia Solomon

Honestly, if your boys are old enough to travel to Uman, then are they not old enough to learn to help to laundry? open cans of tuna and make a salad or two? etc., shopping for sure, etc., etc., I give jobs to all the little ones and as they grow they graduate up to the next skill level. And BOYS need to learn how to do everything in the home, your future daughter-in-laws will thank you and worship the ground you walk on. And add sewing to that list. Mending and repairing. Your work load should be leveling out with every child past the age of 5.


Heather, you just made my day!! Thanks so much for not only laughing at my ridiculous humor, but joining me in my suffering! ;)) I don't know how YOU do it! Cooking everything from scratch and running a farm? That's crazy hard work! Send me some pics! I'd love to see your farm! racheli@breslev.co.il Thanks again!!


Sophia, you sound like me from 10 years ago. I said the exact same thing! Unfortunately it's not so easy to train my boys, but I'm trying! Just to get them to pick up their shoes I've got to pull out the Freddy Crougar voice. :)) B"H they know how to do dishes, and my oldest one can make a mean scrambled egg. All that's left is laundry! And folding. And putting stuff away. But I do send them food shopping for small stuff. Slowly, slowly, right? ;) Thanks for writing in!


Tena!! When are you coming over already?!!

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