Missing Out

I haven't written in a while. I feel like I've been totally missing from this blog. Which is funny because if there's ever a time someone who writes an interfaith blog has a lot to say it's December. And I did so many things that are a part of our interfaith story. I went to events, took part in … Continue reading
The sunrise and new start reminds me of the new start Yom Kippur gives us

Yom Kippur

I had a whole post written about this year's Yom Kippur experience -- how I assumed it would go. Spoiler alert: it was rough. I went to Kol Nidre services. Then I went to work where I had the hardest Yom Kippur of my life since I was, you know, actually working and not eating or drinking. Broke … Continue reading

Interfaith Conversation

  When I had lunch with a clergy spouse, it lead to an interfaith conversation. I can't say I agreed with his feelings, but I understood them. New England is a weird place to move to. Especially if you move to a place that's kind of far from a big city. J and I are lucky -- we've … Continue reading