If you miss me because I’m busy and work all the time and never sleep anymore, you should go read Laura Cooper’s blog. She’s like me, but more ritually conservative and less mellow (read: kind of like my writing here was two years ago).
An excerpt from a post she wrote today:
We skipped Emet v’Yatziv. Maybe that’s for the best, because I guess when you sing “Sim shalom, sim sim shalom” for twenty minutes at 40 BPM, you start to run out of time. And they sang this song in a sort of circle, under a makeshift tent of their pasul scarf tallitot. There was lots of clapping and lai lai lai’s and everyone was super excited to be there, but so are Pentecostals. That doesn’t make it right. It was the treifest thing.
Yeah. Go read it.