Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Wordless Wednesday: Building a Sukkah


  1. That is awesome. Lol @ Jack. I am still mystified by Jewish women's scarves' ability to stay put. What is a sukkah used for exactly? I know what it is - sorta (for the holiday) - but what's the purpose?

  2. Ari looks like he's five in these pictures!!!

    Also, I don't like negative comments will be deleted. I don't like it. That's negative. Whatchoo gonna do??

    Name/URL is gone again too? What happened?

  3. I ain't gonna do nothing ...wait that's a double negative. That means I'm gonna do something, which I'm not.

    That's cool. That's your opinion! You have a right to disagree. Name/URL is gone because you have to accept anonymous comments if you want that option. I do not want anonymous comments.

  4. I'm still not sure (even with pictures) what a "Sukkah" is but I do know that is one CUTE kid!

  5. Here is the definition:

    A sukkah is a temporary dwelling built during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot. ("Sukkot" is the plural form of the Hebrew word "sukkah.") The sukkah hearkens back to times in ancient Israel when Jews would build huts near the edges of their fields during the harvest season. These dwellings not only provided shade but allowed the workers to maximize the amount of time they spent in the fields, harvesting their food more quickly as a result. The sukkah is also said to represent the temporary shelters in which the Jewish people lived while wandering in the desert for 40 years (Leviticus 23:42-43).


What do you think? Feel free to agree or disagree, but hateful comments will be deleted.