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10 years ago  ::  Dec 04, 2007 - 9:00PM #1
UFRETR
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10 years ago  ::  Dec 05, 2007 - 2:12AM #2
bb-15
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Same to you UFRETR.

BB ;-)
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10 years ago  ::  Dec 05, 2007 - 7:38AM #3
Bunsinspace
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BS"D

Also happy holiday wishes.:)

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10 years ago  ::  Dec 05, 2007 - 8:09AM #4
Bunsinspace
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UFRETR wrote:









BNet acting up again.;)

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10 years ago  ::  Dec 05, 2007 - 8:59AM #5
saygil
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On the Hannukiah, are the candles to be lined up from the right or left side?
I forget!
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10 years ago  ::  Dec 05, 2007 - 12:43PM #6
aklamwoods
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[QUOTE=saygil;117063]On the Hannukiah, are the candles to be lined up from the right or left side?
I forget![/QUOTE]


It's from right to left, so you did it correctly last night.  If you remember, Bruce, a few years ago, lined them up left to right.  I told you, and you corrected him.  But to make sure, I looked on the internet.
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10 years ago  ::  Dec 05, 2007 - 12:43PM #7
aklamwoods
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[QUOTE=saygil;117063]On the Hannukiah, are the candles to be lined up from the right or left side?
I forget![/QUOTE]


It's from right to left, so you did it correctly last night.  If you remember, Bruce, a few years ago, lined them up left to right.  I told you, and you corrected him.  But to make sure, I looked on the internet.
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10 years ago  ::  Dec 05, 2007 - 11:46PM #8
UFRETR
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Candles are placed right to left and lit left to right with the Shamash :)
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10 years ago  ::  Dec 07, 2007 - 10:31AM #9
theprinterlady
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Happy Holy-Days to you all, no matter which ones you like to observe.

The Chabad Rabbi from whom I am taking Hebrew lessons (we are now formally starting grammar and vocab and rules, regulations, exceptions, one-time occurences, and all the other stuff guaranteed to make my head explode).... gave me a Channukah Menorah last night. (I've never had one). So I lit my firs Channukah  candles last night. It came with a little "devotional" pamphlet that is also a fun read.  I'm hoping to make donuts and latkes sometime this weekend....

Then I start Christmas shopping!!! (Yep, walking the line between what I celebrate and what everyone else in my family does).
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10 years ago  ::  Dec 07, 2007 - 10:31AM #10
theprinterlady
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Happy Holy-Days to you all, no matter which ones you like to observe.

The Chabad Rabbi from whom I am taking Hebrew lessons (we are now formally starting grammar and vocab and rules, regulations, exceptions, one-time occurences, and all the other stuff guaranteed to make my head explode).... gave me a Channukah Menorah last night. (I've never had one). So I lit my firs Channukah  candles last night. It came with a little "devotional" pamphlet that is also a fun read.  I'm hoping to make donuts and latkes sometime this weekend....

Then I start Christmas shopping!!! (Yep, walking the line between what I celebrate and what everyone else in my family does).
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