Monthly Archives: March 2007

Foil peeled, sequins applied.

I still haven’t accomplished the cleaning I need to get to, but I have glued sequins to a wine glass for the Prophet Elijah. I have a simply stunning Miriam’s Cup that I received for my Bat Mitzvah, but Elijah … Continue reading

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Dont assume.

When I’m standing in front of the sugars and flours and extracts, I should never assume that I have something specific in my cabinets. Tonight I reached for the brown sugar at the store and thought, “No Leah, you made … Continue reading

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Profile hiding.

We didn’t go to the zoo today. Good thing too, because during our late lunch/early dinner it poured and I was grateful that he’d stood ground with going the art gallery route. After a nice late lunch/early dinner, we had … Continue reading

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Supermarket 2.0

Hat tip to Esther K. You gotta be a Geek 2.0 to really appreciate this, but I think if you know about tagging, RSS, Myspace, and Amazon, you’ll enjoy it. Added bonus? It was filmed in Israel.

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Awesomeness

Just wanted to show you all a bit of mid-day awesomeness. I got a sneak preview yesterday and think it is fantastic. The Chicago Marquee Generator. Like the Church Sign Generator, only perhaps more awesome. In my humble opinion. P.S. … Continue reading

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Zorros Bar Mitzva

Such a small town, Chicago is. I, of course, got to the theater early, so I went to Border’s for a while. I had plans (ahem, a date) at the Gene Siskel Film Center to see Zorro’s Bar Mitzvah. As … Continue reading

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Why I love Blog-City.

While a lot of people started blogging on Blogger and then move to Movable Type or another platform, I have been with Blog-City for over three years. Why do I stay? Because they have never taken more than 24 hours … Continue reading

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