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Windows: How They Do It

Esther Kurtz

And then there’s my sister-in-law, who I love dearly, but who really solidified my despair of ever being the enviable “How does she do it?” superwoman

 

Map the Starlight: Chapter 3

Leah Gebber

The Shamash tells Samuel he must find a match for his daughter Aster, to ensure that Aster and Clara are provided for in Samuel’s old age

 

Learning Curve: Chapter 51

Gila Arnold

Suri draws strength from the women in her senior group. Yael asks her mother’s advice. Zevi asks Aviva why she doesn’t like holding the baby

 

Grab the Reins: Chapter 10

Shoshana Schwartz

The rabbi shook his head. “Ilana, it’s not the horse that wants to be on the side, it’s you.”

 

Lifetakes: Generations

Shoshana Itzkowitz

It was a world of people with rich histories and depth of life that may or may not ever have been recognized by anyone. A disappearing world

 

Home Away from Home

Malkie Schulman

When a child is born with serious medical issues, sometimes parents must make the excruciating decision to move him into a long-term care facility. A glimpse into the process

 

10 Cleaning Conundrums Solved

Toby Vogel

Even experienced balabustas might feel flummoxed by crusty hot water urns or off-smelling washing machines. The best ways to tackle ten common household items

 

Inside Job: Real Estate Agent

Rachel Bachrach

Three real estate agents talk about why it takes far more than giving a tour to make a house go from “For Sale!” to “SOLD”

 

Dancing in the Rain

Faigy Schonfeld

Why did Kayla have to make her engagement so ridiculously short? Where is she running to?

 

Map the Starlight: Chapter 2

Leah Gebber

Despite her father’s failing health, Aster feels forced to allow him down to the harbor to invite a sailor to address the fellowship of mapmakers

 

Learning Curve: Chapter 50

Gila Arnold

Suri brings up the illegal Ritalin issue with her lawyer, who says he wants to work at verifying the facts

 

Grab the Reins: Chapter 9

Shoshana Schwartz

“I’ve learned so much about myself, why I did what I did, what I was missing, what I tried to replace it with”

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