Sunday, July 19, 2009

Homeward Bound

It's now almost 11pm and we are waiting for our flight to NYC, which will board in another hour or so. We have a long night ahead of us.

I have had an extraordinary sabbatical: snow-shoeing in Alaska, touring Andalusia, trekking in the Himalayas and learning in Jerusalem. And it has been a beautiful blessing to have so much time with my Salt Lake City family!

Shortly after arriving home, I'm off to Seattle to paddle with my colleague, Rabbi David Fine, and then for a week as camp rabbi at the Reform movement's regional Camp Kalsman. Back to work on August 14.

May it be a week of safe travels and blessings for us all.

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