Rest In Peace Safta

My grandmother passed away last week.  I flew to Toronto for the funeral and to be with my family, and while her death was not a surprise, it made me thankful for the family I do have.  As I returned to Austin, TX today, I wanted to take a moment to pay my respects to her.  This year’s Hanukkah was a bit less joyous as we mourned instead of rejoiced, but it was a time where the remaining family huddled together and grew.  My father’s generation is now the oldest, and I feel more mature already.

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