Shofar (by Alphonse Lévy) Caption says: “To a good year” (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
I was going to post about Gau-Algesheim this morning, but have decided to wait until after Rosh Hashanah. It’s an important post (to me, at least), and with so many family and friends celebrating the holiday, I thought it might get lost in the shuffle. So I will wait until Sunday to post it.
In the meantime, I also will be busy celebrating the holiday and so will take a short break from writing and researching so that I can focus on the holiday and my family.
For everyone out there, whether you celebrate this holiday or not, let’s hope for and work for a year of peace everywhere—within our families, our communities, our countries, and our world. Shana tova!
Happy New Year to all my family and friends and followers and readers from all over! I can’t believe I’ve had readers from not only the United States, but Canada, Great Britain, Germany, New Zealand, Bulgaria, Sweden, Turkey, Ireland, Greece, Australia, Russia, Poland, and Israel. Thanks to all of you for stopping by, whether you have been here once or many times. May 2014 bring everyone peace, happiness, and good health.
I am grateful to you all for your support and your readership, and I look forward to making new discoveries and new connections in the year ahead. I hope to learn more both from my relatives and from my fellow genealogy bloggers and others about genealogy, my family, and myself.