Happy Rosh Hashana!

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Who would have thought that in 5781 we would be dealing with and facing the same craziness as 5780, but here we are. May 5782 bring the ultimate freedom for us all!

Originally posted on 9/18/20:

Today we will close the books on a 5780 that most will be happy to forget.

Rosh Hashana, the Jewish new year, starts tonight.

Wishing everyone a happy, healthy, safe, and sweet new year. A year filled with unmasked blessings. A year that sees the world heal from the pandemic. A year when we can travel the world again. Here’s to a deals and miles filled 5781! 🙂

-Dan & JJ

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well said thank you dan

Doom and gloom

א גוט געבענטשט יאהר!


Love the pun


שנה טובה


A year that we will be happy to forget but we never will

Grateful Follower!

Kesiva Vechasima Tova, Dan and JJ.

Thanks for everything!!!!


שנה טובה ומתוקה


Shana tova Dan!


! אמן, כן יהי’ רצון
! כתיבה וחתימה טובה לשנה טובה ומתוקה לכל

Ed Travel

Mary it be a sweet one. Time to enjoy apples and honey 🙂


I had a baby this year. Wonderful things happened among the darkness. I will never forget the blessings Hashem showed me this year, I hope next year they are closer together and more obvious for all.


…unmasked blessings…love that! Happy, healthy & safe holiday to all!


The year is 2020; your calendar isn’t based on science. Get with the times


The moon doesn’t exist in your scientific world?


are you aware what it is 2020 years from???


@Sean I can’t believe you frequent a website of someone that thinks the year is 5781..


There is nothing scientific about the number 2020. It is an arbitrary number noting the amount of years after a specific event.


Um.. First of all, you’re wrong. Second of all, the year 2020 is not based on science at all. Especially, when you start adjusting for all the middle ages messing around with the calendar.

Have fun.


Gmar chasima tovah! Thank you for all the deals and info!