If it rains, we will neither eat nor sleep in the Succah so we hope the rains will hold off until after the holiday is over. Very fortunately for me, we have two Succahs, one for eating and one for sleeping, which really helps everyone enjoy the holiday to its fullest! No need to clear out the mattresses in the morning and the plus of being able to enjoy the Succah in the quiet hours of the late night, when most have gone to sleep already. I absolutely love hanging out in the Succah, and we try as much as possible to stay at home and just spend time enjoying our temporary dwelling place.
What is the photo? It's a beautiful metal gate I passed by last week, with a cut-out design— so pure and clean looking, I thought it seemed appropriate for the title of this blog!
Wishing you all the very best, and for those celebrating Succot, Chag Sameach! I will not be at the computer next week, nor will I be doing any craft projects (though I will be making lots of hopefully beautiful food for family and friends!) but I have already planned a bunch of great posts, including a few crochet projects! So do stop by for a visit!