A Jewish Grandmother: Original, unedited daily musings, and host to the monthly Kosher Cooking Carnival. **Copyright(C)BatyaMedad ** For permission to use these in publications of any sort, please contact me directly. Private accredited distribution encouraged. Thank you.
This year even though I really had no time, I decided not to use all of the old posters we keep stored away. Almost all of the decorations are "new." No, I didn't do arts & crafts or shop for new decorations. I put away the pretty Jewish Calendars that come in the mail for free from various charities and Jewish organizations. Most of the new pictures I tacked up are from Ir David and Hebron calendars. This year my husband managed to erect the sukkah and even get the s'chach up all by himself.
Decorating a sukkah can be done easily and inexpensively even when you don't have a young, enthusiastic staff of kids to help.