Sunday, 22 December 2019

Light the Menorah!


I'm not Jewish.

My sister's not Jewish.

But that didn't stop her from sending me
this ultra-cute greeting card!

Happy Hanukkah to everyone who is
celebrating the Festival of Lights
which begins this evening at sunset!

Bonus cuteness:


34 comments:

nothoughtsnoprayersnonothing said...

Nothing is off limits. And I do send good wishes to those celebrating whatever they wish believe.

Moving with Mitchell said...

And now I know when Llamakah is this year! Thanks. I asked the Kid Brother Tuesday and he said “not yet”... which is as close as he gets to a straight answer.

DEZMOND said...

I've seen menorahs in a couple of windows in our city. We don't have much Jews here, but we did before WW2 which is why our local Synagogue is the second biggest in Europe.
Happy Winterfall, Debs!

anne marie in philly said...

I heard a new-to-me song last night: "let's spend hanukkah in santa monica"; it was cute. 8 nights of light; we sure could use that right now.

Travel said...

I did a Christmas tree all in blue and silver one year, got lots of Hanukkah comments on that one. I just like the color.

Parnassus said...

Hello Debra, Happy Chanukah! We are entitled to borrow any holiday or tradition, especially the fun ones!
--Jim

Mistress Maddie said...

I'm not jewish either....buy i adore that card!!!!!!!!

Leanna said...

I would get Hanukkah cards from my Jewish godfather every year and I loved them. They were so cute.

The Liberty Belle said...

Cute! May your week be merry and bright.

This N That said...

Happy Solstice..Happy Hanukkah, Merry Christmas..all the best in 2020!! That's a bad looking paw!!!Hugs

e said...

How funny! Just last night a friend was describing this card to me! Her sister-in-law had sent her this card, and as she described it she said 'La-ma-kah'. I said, in Spanish a double 'L' is pronounced 'Y', so it's even better! We had a hearty chuckle!

That blow up bear with the dreidl is awesome!

Best wishes for all the holidays, m'dear!

Mike said...

Seasons greetings!

Brian Joseph said...

It is a great card. The picture would make a great real lawn display.


Hopefully everyone who celebrates will have a Happy Hanukkah!

Janie Junebug said...

So smoke your marijuanica . . . .

Love,
Janie

Rain said...

I just want to celebrate every holiday and special day!! :)

Joanne Noragon said...

The Llamaka card is charming.

Susan Kane said...

Joy and celebrations belong to all!

peppylady (Dora) said...

I am in favor of celebration and having fun

Bea said...

Llamas are cute and the card your sister sent you is funny. :D

Bob said...

On Project Runway last week a woman wore a sweater that read "Jewnicorn."
I thought of that today on LLamakah!

Ur-spo said...


It falls into the common category of St. Patricks (not Irish) and Cinco de Mayo (Not Mexican) as any reason to party esp. if it involves fried tasty things.

Deborah said...

Cute cute cute!!!

DVArtist said...

A very cute post. Have a Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Kirk said...

Happy Hanukkah to those who celebrate it.

jimserrettstudio said...

Happy ❄️ Holidays
Thank you for being part of my creative world.

Sixpence Notthewiser said...

Hanukkah is so cool!
I celebrate it with some close friends.
The jokes Jewish people tell during Hanukkah celebration are a RIOT,


XoXo

Magic Love Crow said...

Love the card! So cute and I love the bear too! Big Hugs!

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

Thanks to you and your sister.
Happy Hanukah and almost Christmas.
Cheers.

JACKIESUE said...

we have llama stuff all over the houses of the gg's..they love llama anything..

pam nash said...

I have friends that, when their boys were young, put up Hanukkah lights and outside decorations. The boys couldn't stand that their house was the only one undecorated during December. All lights are beautiful!

Unknown said...

I love that your sister sent you that card; ya'll are too cute and funny!

Barbara said...

That is too cute. I've been into Llamas since the Grand girl got into the Llama Llama kids series of books.

Rommy said...

I am still waiting for the Hanukkah fried chicken sandwich my husband promised me (fried foods are traditional around Hanukkah - OK it really should be doughnuts and latkes, but I want a fried chicken sandwich)

baili said...

wonderful tradition and such a lovely card dear Debra :)