>Best Sukkah In Somerville, Hands Down

October 8, 2006 § 1 Comment


our etrog (the lemon)

Kimberley and the Hanging Produce

Me and the unbreakable Sukkot chain

Hottest Sukkah Ever!

p.s. truth be told, we didn’t actually know what sukkot was about. we googled it last night and discovered (surprise, surprise) it has something to do with wandering in the desert and building huts. i’m not sure how it became a fall harvest celebration or what bananas and apples have to do with it, but who cares?
p.p.s. I saved Kimberley from plummeting to her death as she pasted the stars to the ceiling of our Sukkah.
p.p.p.s. last night Kimberley and I wrote several Sukkot Haiku. We didn’t write them down, it was more of an oral thing. Sadly, I can’t remember them now.


§ One Response to >Best Sukkah In Somerville, Hands Down

  • aimee says:

    >pretty gili. no worries; those are the best poems. i do that a lot. they then remain genius, though totally forgotten. instead of being subject to criticism and revisions.yay! i love the post-sukkot google education.

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