Happy Thanksgivukkah

As many people know, last week we had the singular event of Thanksgivukkah, an amalgamation of the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving.  When I say singular, I mean singular too.  We will never again, in our lifetime experience this again seeing as the Jewish calendar works more quickly than the regular calendar.  In fact I believe it won’t happen for another 44,000 years (don’t quote me on that it might be longer).  But it got me thinking that since it is so singular, we should cherish the moment as much as possible.  It is special, enjoy it, and yes I know it has already happened.  If you didn’t get your fill of the festivities then that’s your bad.

Happy Belated Thanksgivukkah!



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