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Tali, your meal plan looks a lot like mine! I never thought of myself as the meal plan type of person but I have to admit, it makes life a lot less crazy when I do it. It is not even noon here and I already want your spring rolls for lunch...
Toggle Commented Feb 11, 2011 on What’s for lunch/ dinner?! at Growing Up Creative
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I think she has her ima's sense of beauty! What a great project.
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I'm another one glad to see doilies getting their due. I love them and always have (and the fact that both my grandmothers had them in the living room only added to the appeal for me, even when they were terribly unfashionable)! I should really pick up one of my neglected doilie projects...
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Shannah tovah to you and your family!
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Oh Tali, such beautiful words! Welcome, baby Mika and mazal tov to the whole family!
Toggle Commented Jul 23, 2010 on Mika at Growing Up Creative
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I can't believe you managed a move so close to the big due date! I'm the same way, I think the longest I've lived in any one place is 5 years. I dream of finding my one place and never budging from there, but since it hasn't happened yet, on I go searching for it. Family and friends being near is what I really dream of. You're right, all the rest is a wrap.
Toggle Commented Jul 9, 2010 on A sense of stability at Growing Up Creative
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Thanks for the nice compliment! Don't worry, I am definitely in the club with you - the book addiction club that is. I'm actually planning to sell a lot of books because I'm afraid I have too many. Very radical for me! By the way, I sent a little email a while ago - let me know if it didn't get to you and I will send it again.
Toggle Commented Jun 15, 2010 on A book addiction at Matzo Ball Soup
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I have lots of family in Nahariya so this made me smile! Can't wait to be there again. Hope you had a wonderful Shavu'ot - Shabbat shalom.
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Gorgeous. Everything! Although I think if I had to pick a favorite, those painted wooden frames against the blue of the stairwell would be it. I also sometimes take the shortcut of using iron-on hemming tape - shhh, don't tell anyone!
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I'm so happy to see this - I was just pondering what projects I could do with my little one to decorate for Shavu'ot and I think leaf prints and mobiles would work so well. Working with ceramics is such fun, isn't it?
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Hi Tali, this is my first comment here - I recently found you and became an instant fan of both your blogs! This post spoke to me especially since we are in a very similar situation, hoping to make the move next year. Here's wishing you a creative, meaningful, family-filled, and of course peaceful year 2!
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Hi Sarah Rivka, I've been reading along for a little while now but haven't had yet commented to tell you how much I enjoy your blog. It always inspires me to try something new. I've been searching for an idea for counting the omer with my toddler son and I can't imagine one prettier or easier to understand for little ones (and big ones too). The one I came up with is not nearly as beautiful - I still need to post about it. Next year I will definitely try your idea!
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