But that's okay, because thankfully, we have been invited out for a bunch of meals and while we are hosting for one meal, the kids are home today and four kids, Labor Day and a supermarket just don't mix. It'll all get done, it always does.
We did bake challah but we aso baked something else. Crayons.
You know how you have that huge box of crayons that everyone refuses to use because they're broken and old? I have one too.
And yesterday, while Josh was trying to figure out how the heck to build a Florida sukkah, the kids sat at the table and peeled old crayons and ate cookies.
We'll be back soon with a Rosh Hashanah treat or two.
But just in case we're not, please allow me to take a minute to wish you a Shana Tova and a super joyous year filled with health and blessings of all kinds.
Don't forget to let that shofar wake you up to all the blessings in your life.