Judy Fleischer: I was sick. I had tonsillitis the entire time. Gregg Levitan: I worked the past two days. I’m a pharmacist. Les Vogel: I prepared for classes at McDaniel College.
Roslyn Caplan: Definitely. Sheldon Press: Most of the time it’s just beneath the surface, but it’s there. Donna Belsky: In Pikesville I personally don’t see it. But I’m not in other parts of the city so I don’t know.
Barbara Friedman: A very dear friend of mine got a kidney transplant. It really was a gift. Devorah Baron: My friend was a kidney donor to his brother. I’m in the medical field so I see this kind of thing all the time. Ellen Karp: I had a nephew who received a… Read More
Steve Rosenheim: The same way I celebrate every year: play music. Joanne Hock: Being with family and friends. Johnna Hock: Going to a party.
Rick: For me it’s a restful, quiet day. Norm Dubin: Leave town. Mickey Steinberg: On Friday evenings my children and grandchildren come over for Shabbos. It won’t be different this Friday.
Vivi Kelman: Israel Brian Gallogly: Cape Town, South Africa Eric Burke: Park City, Utah
Arnold Cohen: Going back to Israel and Hong Kong. Veronica Kestenberg: Going to the Galapagos Islands. Alice Faber: I want to sell all of my art. Want to place an order online? Visit www.goldbergsbagels.net now.
Phil Friedman: Pizza. Chris Chapplear: My grandmother’s green beans. Want to place an order online? Visit www.goldbergsbagels.net now.
Leslie Melrose: It’s a good thing. Noami Edelman: Obviously it should be legal. It’s a no-brainer. Shabsi Schneider: If a doctor feels it’s going to help the patient, I’m all for it. Want to place an order online? Visit www.goldbergsbagels.net now.