Tuesday, June 28, 2011


Who else is ready for the best summer ever?

Monday, June 27, 2011

best and worst

The best weekend ever, followed by the hardest flight I've had to be on....
Going to Morristown soon, IYH. I wish myself and everyone else hatzlacha and gezunt this summer.
And may it pass k'heref ayin!

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Mazal Tov!

A loving mazal tov to my sister Mindy for becoming a Kallah last night!
Baruch Hashem, K"AH, the simchos keep on rolling for my family!
We should all continue to hear only great news!!

And ladies: A Brother in Lubavitch is the last single person in my family, so you might want to chap arayn!

What's that? You want to know when her birthday was? Two days ago Friday, of course!

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

A sister in Lubavitch

Mazal Tov to my dear sister, for becoming a Kallah!

You know, some of my friends chuckle when they hear what a big deal my family makes out of birthdays. We even like to talk about half-birthdays (when you turn 16 and a half, for example).
But now you know. Now you know!

My l'chaim was on my birthday, and my sister first started dating her Chosson on her birthday!

So mazal tov Chosson and Kallah, you should build a Binyan Adei Ad, a chassidishe home, with all the Rebbe's brochos!

Back-to-back weddings, what a bracha!

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Bochur in Lubavitch

I am a Chosson, but I'm still a bochur, and I still have a bochur'she way of thinking.
My kallah told me she wants to get two sheitels.
"So, would you get two of the same one?" I asked seriously.
"No...not at all."

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Gut YomTov!

I want to take this opportunity (and I really have many of them, since I can post whatever I want, and whenever) to wish my Kallah a wonderful YomTov!

Now for everyone else:
You, too, should have a good YomTov, and be Mekabel the Torah B'Simcha U'Bpnimius!

Baruch Hashem, I've never been happier. I want to give a bracha to whoever wants to be engaged, and whoever is engaged, that they should feel like I do, and everything should be B'Sha'ah Toiva U'Mutzlachas!

*If you're married, I still wish you only simcha.

Wednesday, June 1, 2011


Last Thursday, friends of mine saw me in 770, saying Tehillim.
"Yossi, you only say Tehillim the day of your Chasuna, not the day of your L'chaim!"
"But today's my birthday, and I say the whole Tehillim..."