Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Havel Havelim at A Soldier's Mother

Better late than never...

Paula, A Soldier's Mother was quick to volunteer to host Havel Havelim a few weeks ago during the snow/blizzard. At that time I was sans electricity, and the official predictions were that it may take even a couple of weeks for things to return to normal in Shiloh.  And to tell the truth, there still are problems with the street lamps between the main junction and Shiloh itself, even though we have "regular" electricity at home.
 I didn't take into account an emergency trip to the hospital (he's fine, thank God). I didn't take into consideration a birth (she's fine and so is her new baby boy). I didn't take into consideration having to deliver about 100 documents rebranded (let's not talk about that one).
Paula is not only a soldier's mother, she also has other children and a business, so after a few more important things than our long-running international Jewish blog carnival, she posted it yesterday.  Read, comment and share, thanks.  THANK YOU PAULA!!

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Havel Havelim is the weekly blog carnival, started many, many years ago by David of Soccer Dad, which offers links to many Jewish and/or Israeli blogs. HH  floats around the internet.  We organize it on our facebook page.  Links can be sent via blog carnival.  Let me know if you'll like to host an edition.  It's not hard.  Hosts will receive the links and the "instacarnival" from them and should also include other posts of their choosing. 
I'll be hosting the next one in just a few days, and as I've done before when my HH hosting and my Rosh Chodesh Kosher Cooking Carnival coincide, I'll combine them.

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Just to remind you, it's not all that difficult to host a blog carnival. Try it.  Choose one or both.  If you'd like, then please email me at shilohmuse at gmail dot com.  You're invited to join our facebook pages Havel Havelim andKosher Cooking Carnival. It's best to send in your links via blog carnival,KCCHH.  Blog Carnival send the hosts not only links to posts that have been submitted but also a suggested "mock-up" sample of what could be the carnival.  They send it in two versions, embedded text and html.  You can paste an edit what they send.  In addition I suggest adding posts and pictures you've seen which fit the criteria of the carnival.  

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