Village Market (at Waldorf)

Sep 18, 2020

L'Shana Tovah! For all who celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Biblical Jewish New Year, mandated in Leviticus, we offer this image of apples and honey, traditional symbols of wishes for a Sweet New Year. Historically, in difficult, challenging times, it becomes more important than ever to not only seek a sweet year for ourselves and our immediate loved ones, but to consciously try to add sweetness to all those with whom we interact, sweetening the world bit by bit, person by person. That's universal. So whether or not you celebrate Rosh Hashanah, Randy and I wish more sweetness for your life, the best of health for you and yours; and next Rosh Hashanah, may you be able to celebrate with your loved ones, in person, with sweet hugs and kisses. -- Jim and Randy

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