Thursday, May 28, 2009

Chag Sameach.

I know you've all been waiting with bated breath, but I just didn't get a chance to photograph the Best Cheesecake In The World. Truth is, it doesn't look like anything special, it's the taste that's mazing and I'm very much looking forward to my first bite of it (okay, you're right, I did already pick at it. Sheesh, I can't get away with anything around here, can I?)

Anyway, it's almost time to light candles so I wanted to wish you all a Happy Shavuot. I will be busy all night studying the backs of my eyelids. For those of you immersed in more serious study, well, you're better people than tired ol' me.

Enjoy your cheesecake.

1 comment:

Leora said...

Once upon a time, pre-children and husband, I actually stayed up until 3 am on Shavuot night. I remember there was a really interesting talk about Rabbi Chaim Volozhin, from whom I supposedly descended, but I also remember I could barely pay attention and kept falling asleep.

My boys do the staying up for the rest of us. My daughter *thinks* she's staying up, but ha! on that one.

No cheesecake here. My son opted for buttery sugar cookies, so if he bakes, he gets whatever he wants. Except I still need to clean the kitchen.