Monday, October 17, 2011

Windy City

I had no idea that Cleveland would so resemble Chicago. Clearly reinforcements are in order.

Saturday morning we woke up to see a very tilted top sukkah strut outside the living room window. Fearing the worst, I went out and found the sukkah not destroyed, but shifted sideways two feet - with the right side resting in the soft garden dirt, rather than on the patio where it was built. Since it was Shabbat, we left it where it was - too rainy to actually "dwell" in it that day, anyway.

The next morning found all the skakh blown off, as well. With this our one clear day in a forecast of rain, I'm trying to decide whether to take it down completely or try to set it up again and hope it will stay where it's put for a few more days.


Anonymous KateHaas said...

Just to say that I found your blog through a link from Homeshuling and have been reading it for awhile. I really enjoy your writing.

10/17/2011 12:12 PM  
Blogger Rivki @ Life in the Married Lane said...

I think our sukkah fell down every year that we lived in Cleveland. It could have been the sukkah, though. We eventually ditched it.

Anyways, enjoy the Heights.

10/26/2011 10:01 PM  
Anonymous Friar Yid said...

Darn antisemitic weather patterns. Someone should really complain to Abe Foxman.

Or, alternately, build a Jewish bio-dome.

11/09/2011 10:02 AM  

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