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  • Writer's pictureLeah Jones


Like I said earlier today, I’m jewish now. I just got home from a neighbors party and before that was on the phones with my sister and other friends. I can’t believe it. I’m not converting anymore, I converted. I’m jewish.

I’m jewish. I’m a jew. I’m no longer a “not yet” but a “yes, I’m jewish.”

It hasn’t totally sunk it. I’m going to brush my teeth and go to bed, tomorrow I’ll write more about becoming a jew. About the beit din, about the mikvah, about the natural high, about glowing, about challah.

Yes, I’m jewish.

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