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December 28, 2008


Thanks Jennifer for bringing this out of the archives. Yes, I still hear you here. I wonder what you would write today if the NYT asked for a Hanukkah piece. And yes, the days between Christmas and New Years do feel like a no man's land. Thanks. Stacey

Thanks for your note Stacey. And you are right of course, today it would be all about my kids. What do the candle's mean? They mean we get to wave our hands at our faces three times. And presents. It's pretty beautiful.

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