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Friday, July 17, 2009

Have a Good Shabbos, Everyone....

The sun is going down, its shining through the trees,

Another week's gone by, become a memory,

So throw away your hammer, there's nothing left to do,

Go on home and find the gift that's waiting there for you.



Oh, it's time to say Good Shabbos, 'cause all your work is done,

Gonna spend the day together with the Holy One,

Say a special blessing on a cup that's filled with wine,

Man and his creator it's a very special sign.



Your candles will be burning, they'll fill your home with light,

Singing sings of Shabbos, well into the night,

So throw away your hammer, there's nothing left to do,

Go on home and find the gift that's waiting there for you.



Oh, its time to say Good Shabbos, 'cause all your work is done,

Gonna spend the day together with the Holy One,

Say a special blessing on a cup that's filled with wine,

Man and his creator it's a very special sign.




You can spend time with your family, You'll study and you'll pray,

Why not wait till after Shabbos, all those nails wont run away,

So throw away your hammer, there's nothing left to do,

Go on home and find the gift that's waiting there for you.



Oh, its time to say Good Shabbos, 'cause all your work is done,

Gonna spend the day together with the Holy One,

Say a special blessing on a cup that's filled with wine,

Man and his creator its a very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very special sign.




Song Credit: It's Time to Say Good Shabbos, Abie Rotenberg/Journeys

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

oooh! I love that song! For those of us (OK, I mean you...) that have their tables set on Thursday night- Thanks for the beautiful scenes.

You have SO gotten me in the mood for shabbos...too bad I haven't cooked anything yet!

Have a wonderful (and more peaceful than last) shabbos!
Ahuva

FunkyFrum said...

You are WAY too together and with it for a Friday morning. I don't even have challah baked yet!

Aimee said...

Thanks for your comments on my desk re-do! I just did my daughters dresser in scrapbook paper last week. I'll post it sometime next week! It turned out really cute! I love the idea of modge podge-ing with a map! If I ever have a son I'll have to remember that! Very cute!

Shosh said...

i love that song. and your welcome plate. its cute. :-)

Anonymous said...

Sara, this is such a beautiful post. Good Shabbos! I am so looking forward to spending Shabbos with you in August. Lots of love, Mommy

Anonymous said...

ooh, we are so jet lagged, i COULD have set my table last night - but why break with our tradition (which is to randomly select some kid to set the table after candle lighting...and then listen to them complain as i sit on the sofa reading the people and entertainment weekly that dh brings home from the office!)

have a most excellent shabbos!

debbie

btw, your letter to the insurance folks had me convinced - i'd drive that portable o2 thingy to your house right away!

Rach said...

you are the cutest person ever!

Anonymous said...

The challah is making my mouth water. Did you make it yourself?

DESJ and Company said...

anon-
yup I did.
It's a 4 strand braid. Ooh la la I'm fancy :)

Anonymous said...

I LOVE that song! But, it's missing a line...s/t about playing mahj all afternoon as the husbands entertain the children...

DESJ and Company said...

Ahem.
So let's play! What time/where? Call me!

connie said...

This is beautiful. I especially loved the line, "Go on home and find the gift that's waiting there for you."

You make your own bread, too?? Where do you find the time?

Miriam said...

LOVE this song!

Buzzings of a Queen Bee! said...

I've never heard this song before but I really liked reading the lyrics. Glad I came by to visit!
Carrie