A NeW DaY pg. 2.93 +1

“June suns, you cannot store them
To warm the winter’s cold,
The lad that hopes for heaven
Shall fill his mouth with mould.” 
― A.E. Housman

JULY ANswer July
Where is the Bee—
Where is the Blush—
Where is the Hay?

Ah, said July—
Where is the Seed—
Where is the Bud—
Where is the May—
Answer Thee—Me—” Emily Dickinson

For a seven day period you shall live in booths. Every resident among the Israelites shall live in booths, in order that your [ensuing] generations should know that I had the children of Israel live in booths when I took them out of the land of Egypt. (Leviticus 23:42-43)

T he experience of dwelling in a sukkah is about moving out of the material comforts of our homes, to be exposed to nature and to live in the “shadow of faith”. In this intriguing Garden of Eden Sukkah, a flowing light radiates under a starry sky in an enchanting primeval forest. The ushpizin, the festival’s mystical guests who visit the sukkah each night, are depicted in the shadow of blue, reflecting how they empower us to connect to seven different dimensions of our soul each night.

“Come, fill the Cup, and in the Fire of Spring
The Winter Garment of Repentance fling:
The Bird of Time has but a little way
To fly–and Lo! the Bird is on the Wing.”
–  Omar Khayyám

YES.. a SCRARECROW poem

And a shot Scotch?

SCARECROW     

                                            All winter through I bow my head
behe experience of dwelling in a sukkah is about moving out of the material comforts of our homes, to be exposed to nature and to live in the “shadow of faith”. In this intriguing Garden of Eden Sukkah, a flowing light radiates under a starry sky in an enchanting primeval forest. The ushpizin, the festival’s mystical guests who visit the sukkah each night, are depicted in the shadow of blue, reflecting how they empower us to connect to seven different dimensions of our soul each night.neath the driving rain;
the North Wind powders me with snow
and blows me black again;
at midnight ‘neath a maze of stars
I flame with glittering rime,
and stand above the stubble, stiff
as mail at morning-prime.
But when that child called Spring, and all
his host of children come,
scattering their buds and dew upon

SCARECROW                                                  All winter through I bow my head
behe experience of dwelling in a sukkah is about moving out of the material comforts of our homes, to be exposed to nature and to live in the “shadow of faith”. In this intriguing Garden of Eden Sukkah, a flowing light radiates under a starry sky in an enchanting primeval forest. The ushpizin, the festival’s mystical guests who visit the sukkah each night, are depicted in the shadow of blue, reflecting how they empower us to connect to seven different dimensions of our soul each night.neath the driving rain;
the North Wind powders me with snow
and blows me black again;
at midnight ‘neath a maze of stars
I flame with glittering rime,
and stand above the stubble, stiff
as mail at morning-prime.
But when that child called Spring, and all
his host of children come,
scattering their buds and dew upon
these acres of my home, All winter through I bow my head
beneath the driving rain;
the North Wind powders me with snow
and blows me black again;
at midnight ‘neath a maze of stars
I flame with glittering rime,
and stand above the stubble, stiff
as mail at morning-prime.
But when that child called Spring, and all
his host of children come,
scattering their buds and dew upon
these acres of my home,

Q: What animal has roamed the earth for over a million years, and has been hunted to near extinction?
A: You guessed it, the Rhinoceros.

📍April 16


SAVE THE ELEPHANT DAY

WackY, Absurd, Odd, Seri0usly, or just to share a laugh with a friend. A Few, suggest? or did U know ? APriL is more than Showers and Fools ! 📅 AND MAY WHO knew, I Hadn’t a cLue . And it’s already July. What happened with June? And NOW AUGUST?

BouQuetta SNoBerOShA MADAME…….. I think it’s RATher Bubblelicious Myself “Twinkle Toes ‘

CHABLIS
 THOUSANDS OF BALLONS FLOATING IN THE SKY
FLY

NATIONAL WINE DAY EveryDay except when the Dishes ain’t been washed since a fortnight has passed

MAY 29th GET THE CORK OUT. Crack open a bottle. IT’s National Wine Day. People have been drinking wine since hmmm….weLL longer than me, I’m sure Wine wE thanK YOU 4 beING around for thousands of years.

While you don’t have to drink wine to celebrate this day, it certainly would not be as much fun. It is so easy to celebrate National Wine Day. HeRe’s A GreAt idea:

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make everyday INTERNATIONAL DANCE DAY