Thursday, September 17, 2009

A Super New Year/ Happy Blogversary

Rosh Hashonah is just around the corner, and I have 2 topics I wanted to write about, and now Thanks to Mike In Midwood, I have a way of including both topics within the meme he has tagged me in. The topics: Rosh Hashonah and My Blogversary!

Here are the rules:

Rule number 1: Read the rules.
Rule number 2: Write one superpower you would like to have and what you would do with it.
Rule number 3: Write why you chose that super power over everything else.
Rule number 4: Tag and link 7 people, and write why you think they will have an interesting meme.
Rule number 5: fix your broken links.

I like this meme since when people tag you, they leave a reason of why they tagged you, so it better gives you an idea of what you should write about. I was tagged by MikeInMidwood, Jacob Da Jew, Jessica and Dude with a Hat.


Jessica said the reason why she tagged me:

“I’m hoping that she’ll find a way to tie it into the upcoming holiday”

So that is what I shall do…

A super power I would like to have would be the ability to start fresh after I make a mistake, to press an undo button after I messed up and then to learn from my mistake and correct myself as though I had never done anything wrong.

With this super power, it would cause one to have a wonderful life, you would never get depressed or feel guilty, you would just undo what you have done and redo it the right way so that you feel happy and content with the way your life is turning out. There would be no arguments between people, no hard feelings. Usually when a person makes a mistake they regret it afterwards, so having this second chance will probably cause people to end up doing the right thing.

If you think about it, this is what Rosh Hashonah is about, we get a fresh new start, our slates are wiped clean, we get a second chance. Comes Yom Kippur, we admit what we did wrong, feel regret, and then take upon ourselves to not do it again, and then magic, our sins are forgiven and it as though we started new. We also ask people for forgiveness, which helps our relationships with others to be fixed, and it clears up miscommunications.

With Rosh Hashonah comes my blogversary for this blog, the English dates don’t match up since it goes according to the Hebrew calendar, but since it’s a Jewish blog, I thought it would be befitting to choose a Hebrew date. If you missed last years Rosh Hashonah post, here it is, it includes a video I had made.


MikeInMidwood said the reason why he tagged me:

because she usually writes Meme's and seems to love them, and I think she'll enjoy this one. Also because there are many people who others don't link that she usually does.

So that is what I shall do…

  1. Ricki’s Mom – I wonder if she’ll tie it in to her daughter Ricki.
  2. NMF #7 – I wonder if she’ll tie it in to Israel.
  3. %Shocked% – Looking forward to some philosophical/psychological outlook on a super power.
  4. Batya – Because she’s great with KCC and JPIX and HH, I figure she might want to give this a shot too.
  5. LE7 – She’s a new blogger, so maybe this will cause her to post more, and get her some more traffic. I’m sure her post will be creative and entertaining.
  6. Super Raizy – She’s already got it in her name. Looking forward to some “Mommy Super power”.
  7. Lion Of Zion – Maybe he would tie it into Jr, whom I enjoy reading about.

May this year bring only good things and happiness to all of us!

10 comments:

Kathrin said...

Oh I totally agree! I'd love to have that super power as well...
Just imagine what you could make up for. It would be really nice to have that super power *sigh*

Dude with Hat (aka BTS) said...

Don't have much to add - you said it really well and I also want it!

frum single female said...

happy blogoversary!! 8-)

lvnsm27 said...

happy blogaversary

You tied in the meme with RH excellenty

shana tova

Moshe said...

Happy Blogoversary!

Jewish Side of Babysitter said...

Thanks, yea, it would be nice. Now I feel refreshed, that hopefully my slate has been wiped clean, and it gives me an incentive to want to continue doing things right.

Recent blog:=- A Super New Year/ Happy Blogversary

Jewish Side of Babysitter said...

Thanks!

Jewish Side of Babysitter said...

Thanks!

Jewish Side of Babysitter said...

Thanks!
Thanks!
Thanks!
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Jewish Side of Babysitter said...

Thanks!

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