Happy Hanukkah! Tonight was the first night of the Jewish holiday, and it's a holiday that we celebrate in honor of my dad and my paternal relatives.
I love lighting the menorah and watching the candles burn each night. It always looks so beautiful, especially at the end of the week when more candles are lit. Someday I hope that I'll know the whole Hanukkah prayer, but until then, I like listening to my dad read the Hebrew prayer to us all.
They're looking pretty good, if I do say so myself, and I think they're actually turning out much better than they have in previous years. I can't wait to see all of the cookies completely finished and packaged up together. Tomorrow I think I'll be able to finish everything up, which works out well because I'll have work again starting Tuesday.
Happy Hanukkah to all of those who celebrate, and may this celebration of the festival of lights be a happy one for all!
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