Jewish New Year Fairy Tale

A little while ago I wrote about our dear daughter Annie’s conversion to Judaism and her marriage to our fabulous son-in-law, Jerry.

Coinciding with the celebration of the Jewish New Year and just days before their first wedding anniversary, the story “Her Prince Wore a Yarmulke” appears on

You can read it here.

L’Shana Tova and Mazel tov Annie and Jerry!

Mazel tov

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  1. How fantastic!! I’m headed over there to read right this minute!! –Lisa

  2. Darling story, Mo. What a treasure for Annie and Jerry’s kids to have. I’m Catholic too – and I stress to my girls it is important to have faith – the religon does not matter. Have a wonderful weekend.

  3. Anxious to go read it!! I have a feeling it will be amazing…

    • Chris, thanks for stopping by. I read your comment on the MidLifeBlogger page first and was so touched by your words. It’s not easy to support every decision your children make but this one surely was. Annie is being true to herself and spending her life in a marriage filled with love and respect. Jackpot!

  4. So very sweet. Off to read here, as well.

  5. I’m a cradle Catholic, and raised my boys in the same religion. When they were young I went to church because I felt obligated. Over the years life’s thrown me a few curve balls which helped bring my faith to life. None of my children (currently) go to any type of church. I wish they’d develop that relationship.

  6. I read it and I loved it Mo! If only all parents and in-laws were as fabulous as Queen Mo 🙂

  7. Thanks, Dana, but the real credit goes to the kids who followed their hearts. I’m so proud of them for that.

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