September 29th, 2006


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I've been putting off my new year post, hoping to think of something profound to say. But nothing came. Instead, I'll just refer you to my articulate Blogspot pals for some thoughts on Yom Kippur: ZT thinking about the past, BZ with some advice about the present, and Ruby K looking toward the future.

May you all have a wonderful, sweet year (or arbitrary period of the next 12 months if you prefer) and a meaningful Yom Kippur if you're into that sort of thing. May our collective energies and emotions and thoughts make the coming year a productive, happy, and meaningful one for all. Shana tova.

And, as always, if I have in any way wronged or offended you in the past year, please accept my deepest apologies. If this generic platitude doesn't do it for you, please feel free to leave a comment or send an email, and we can chat.