Please forgive me I don't usually post about myself but the spirit moved me to do it this time. Tomorrow's my Birthday!! I am not telling how old I am. Having a 18 yr.old son gives you some indication. I can't celebrate my b-day till Wednesday what a bummer. I have a school and one exam tomorrow and I have to work..
But Wednesday I am having a b-day arranged by my mom with some of my friends. We will be headed to Little River to a nice restaurant called the Parson's Table. It was re-designed by new owners awhile back. It was a old church. We celebrated a few years ago here when my son became a Bar-Mitzvah. I am looking forward to it.
My son is having friends over for the super bowl later. I thought I would hava a hour to celebrate with him and then hit the books so more. Well no such luck he just informed me he having some friends over tonight. Oh, well such is life with a 18 yr. old.
I would like to remind anyone that has not entered in my book giveaway for People of the Book you still have time to enter. I may extend it a few more days since I did not get a response. If you would please spread the word. If I don't get much of a response I will extend it to next Sunday.
I will be blogging about Jewish books, mainly fiction. I will have book reviews, book news, and Jewish news that promotes the Jewish authors. And of course any happenings in Temple Emanu-El of Myrtle Beach. If you are looking for a temple in Myrtle Beach. Visit Temple Emanu-El, a conservative temple at http://www.mbsynagogue.org/ We are a warm and friendly shul. Our spiritual leader, Rabbi Avi our and his wife Mira are friendly and kind, friendly and very sympathetic to each of our members. We are a small shul but that only adds to our uniqueness and our shuls warmth. If you are ever in the Myrtle Beach area come, and stop for a visit.
If you are looking for info. on the secular side of books you can visit my other blog, http://susansliterarycafe.blogspot.com. You are welcome to leave a comment. And thanks for stopping by.