Time to Make the Sukkah...
Parts is parts 'til they make a temporary hut
Though I'm no fortune teller, I do know that observing certain cyclical rituals can be good for the soul, and, considering the close call many of our northern friends and neighbors had last week, the commemoration of a time when my people's futures rested in the continued wanderings in a desert for forty years seems particularly apt. Through all of Sukkot, we'll be hanging in the booth we build and stargazing a little through its roof.
Come on'a my house this weekend. It's customary to receive ushpizin (guests) in the thing. Email me for details at firstname.lastname@example.org. And, speaking of ushpizin, I highly recommend this flick.