Saturday, October 18, 2008

Savlinut, Bevakasha...

...that's Hebrew for "patience, please".

As you can figure out by now, I am a passionate cyclist, and passionate about sharing the sport and lifestyle, which is one of the reasons I do this blog. And just like on other cycling blogs and websites, I eagerly await new content and new pictures on a daily basis. However, this being a blog by an observant Jew, and this being the holiday-laden Hebrew month of Tishrei (think a very busy Jewish December), new content is on hold until after the chagi'im/holidays.

To give you a better idea, this has been my October so far: ride, work, holdiay, ride, Shabbat, race, work, ride, holiday, work, Shabbat, race, work, ride, holiday...

Mondays feel like Fridays, Holidays feel like Shabbat, Shabbat feels like Sunday, Thursdays feel like Mondays, Shabbat feels like holidays, and my whole riding/racing schedule feels like Swiss cheese.

So bear with me through to the end of the month, then I'll post more on a regular basis. In the meantime, Shana Tova u'Metukah, Chag Sameach (we're up the Hoshana Raba/Sh'meni Atzeret/Simchat Torah at this point), and keep riding.

1 comment:

sledgeh101 said...

Heh - people who are awake at 4 in the morning DEMAND some cycling photos :P Hope all is well with you guys, and look forward to seeing more stuff!