Monthly Archives: May 2012

Service, Wedding Gown Fitting, Invitations, Shall We Dance, and The Band

May 25, 2012

Last Friday, my parents hosted an Oneg (dessert) at the temple where I grew up in Andover, Massachusetts. Before the sweets were eaten, there was a Friday night service where Adam and I were called to the bimah (stage), and were told to open the Ark (where the torah’s are kept) and the Rabbi gave […]

Daf Yomi

May 22, 2012

The date is March 2, 2005 and I am in my first year of graduate school. That same day, the Daf Yomi cycle, a 7-1/2 year project to read the entire Talmud one page at a time, began, and I embarked on the most massive project I had ever taken upon myself. A project of […]

Service, Wedding Gown Fitting, Dancing Lesson, Band, Hotel Organizer, and Caterer, Oh, my!

May 14, 2012

This Friday is one of many special events that are related to the wedding. This Friday, my family is inviting my relatives, Adam’s family, and friends to our temple for a special event. My parents are hosting an Oneg (dessert) in honor of Adam and my wedding. But, before the dessert can be eaten/devoured (depending […]

Four Weddings and its Funeral

May 14, 2012

Quite often, Jessica and I post about things we are having at our wedding. This post is about something that won’t be. Last week, Jessica received a call from a producer from Semisweet Productions, which films the TLC Series Four Weddings. For those of you that don’t know, this is a show that pits four […]

Checking Items off of the List

May 7, 2012

Here is a video of a few ideas of what is on our wedding checklist: This past weekend, Adam and I went to Brookline, Massachusetts to do some wedding errands that needed to be accomplished. Our first stop was at the Israel Book Shop to order our personalized benchers for the wedding. Now, we just […]