Janel Amador has a MA in English from the University of Memphis. For nearly half her adult life, she lived and worked in seven countries including eight years in the Netherlands after meeting her husband there on vacation. She currently lives in the San Antonio, Texas, area with her husband and two girls, Sofia and Eva.
Let me start by saying that I know a lot of people think co-sleeping is fantastic including some of my close friends. Everyone is entitled to their opinion and this is mine. I’m not trying to convince anyone to change … Continue reading →
Recently, I watched three people from my conversion class become full members of the Jewish tribe. It was an intensely moving, yet brief ceremony, which took place on the bimah. Now, I’m a bit of sap when it comes to … Continue reading →
I have lost a couple of friends over my conversion to Judaism. At least, it seems to be the reason after I mentioned in passing that my husband and I were going to start conversion classes. The next thing I … Continue reading →
As a candidate in a conversion class at my local Reform synagogue, who can I ask the pertinent questions? I’m not talking about which prayer to say over challah, either. They give us plenty of books, and I can always … Continue reading →
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