Sunday, September 30, 2012

Livin' In A Booth

With The Fountainheads: Remember The Fountainheads? Abq Jew blogged about them just before Rosh Hashanah 5772, highlighting their performance of Dip Your Apple in The Honey.

And Abq Jew blogged about them again when they uploaded  Light Up The Night, a song for Chanukah, Hanukkah, or Khanikeh.  You know - The Festival of Lights. And again a couple of weeks ago, just before Rosh Hashanah 5773. One may begin to sense a pattern here.

With advice from Rebbetzin Rivka Leah Zelwig, you have undoubtedly completed Building Your Sukkah. All it takes is unionized construction labor, unrestricted financial resources for materials, a rented storage locker (or a three car garage), a degree in Exterior Design, hours of fervent prayer, and a mechona. Or a kit.

So - kick back and relax for three minutes and six seconds before you have to start cooking for Sukkot, aka the Festival of Booths!  United With Israel reminds us:

Yes, That’s right. ANOTHER Jewish holiday. Sunday evening begins the holiday of Sukkot. Sukkot is one of the three Torah festivals on which Jews everywhere were required to make a pilgrimage to Jerusalem. It is a seven day holiday with the first day being observed as a holy day, similar to the Sabbath, upon which no work is permitted. Outside of Israel the first two days are observed as holy days.

 Here are The Fountainheads with Livin' In A Booth:

No etrogim were harmed in the filming of this video.
Lemons are a different story.

Hag Sameach, Albuquerque!
Good Yontif, New Mexico!

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