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Almost on the books

It’s official (almost.) On November 9 I’m getting into the tribe! As soon as the mikvah reopens post-Simhat Torah, my cantor is going to call and schedule my mikvah with Carol.

As far as the Friday night thing I’ve been telling you all about for, um, the better part of a year. It is to be determined. Turns out that Rabbi Zedek isn’t available on the 11th–and since he’s the rabbi that supervised, guided, redirected this journey, I want him to be there. The next week doesn’t work on my side and the next is Thanksgiving. But depending on what people feel like, maybe the shabbat after Thanksgiving will work?

Who knows, but the one thing we do know is that on November 9, I’ll have my beit din. Unless my sense of humor fails me at a key moment, all signs point to me becoming a Jew. After all, my membership and webmistressship has already been announced in the bulletin. So really–I think I’m safe.

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