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    The Queen
    Participant

    Please don’t compare that ausgelassene meidel to Esther HaMalka!

    #1224452

    screwdriverdelight
    Participant

    Mazel tov to all of us for all these wonderful simchas!!!!! Kein Yirbu (or to be grammatically correct, kein tirbenna)!

    You’re talking to all of us or to the simchos?

    #1224453

    DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    Mazel Tov to Syag on the upcoming bar mitzvah, and mazel tov to Little Froggie on the upcoming chasunah!

    #1224454

    Little Froggie
    Participant

    Thank you!! I’m gonna need all the Brochos I can get! (forgot to mention, she’s from abroad… double the fun!)

    #1224455

    The Queen
    Participant

    Mazel Tov LF, is the chasunah being oversees?

    #1224456

    Little Froggie
    Participant

    Thank you. And yes, that’s what I meant ‘double the fun!’. (It’s probably going to be overseas, maybe some here will have a hookup – oversee!)

    I’m just coming back from the initial party/ lchaim/ vort/ tnoim (hence the quiet here in the CR!) Now we have to try to get a whole Froggie family over. There’s a word for that. I think they say YIKES!!!

    #1224457

    Father-in-law at Aufruf

    Mazel Tov midwesterner and …. whoever you are

    #1224458

    Nechomah
    Participant

    Mazel Tov!

    My daughter gave birth to my first grandchild – a boy – last week!! There will hopefully also be in a pidyon haben for him, the first in my extended family.

    Auf simchos for everybody!

    #1224459

    Mammele
    Participant

    Mazel Tov Nechomah! Lots of Nachas!

    #1224460

    Mazel Tov Nechomah!! Wonderful news! You should have many, many more simchos.

    #1224461

    The Queen
    Participant

    Nechomah, Welcome to the Bubby Club! Mazel Tov and asach yiddish nachas.

    #1224462

    YW Moderator-42
    Moderator

    Mazel Tov to the participants of the Dirshu mishna brura yomi program on finishing chelek aleph

    #1224463

    Mazel Tov Mazel Tov to various posters upon the birth of various babies!!

    Kein Yirbu!

    #1224464

    Little Froggie
    Participant

    My son got married here in EY last week. It was B”H a gorgeous chasuna. So many people I knew & didn’t. IY”H by all of you – simchos bkorov and lots of nachas from your children.

    #1224465

    midwesterner
    Participant

    Mazel Tov DY!

    #1224466

    DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    Thank you. I owe you a belated one as well. May there be many simchas in Klal Yisroel.

    #1224467

    midwesterner
    Participant

    amein v’amein!!

    #1224468

    Joseph
    Participant

    DY: Mazel Tov.

    What do you get a mazal tov for?

    #1224469

    midwesterner
    Participant

    For a simcha!

    #1224470

    Lightbrite
    Participant

    Mazal Tov LF 🙂

    #1224471

    Lilmod Ulelamaid
    Participant

    DY – what Simcha do you get a mazel tov for and how did Midwesterner know about it?

    Anyhow, mazel tov!

    #1224472

    Lilmod Ulelamaid
    Participant

    You know, I was thinking, it would be really funny if I get engaged to someone (IYH) and find out that he’s in the CR. I wonder if that has ever happened to any of the CR posters?

    #1224473

    DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    I wonder if that has ever happened to any of the CR posters?

    http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/does-your-wife-read-ywn-and-a-confession

    #1224474

    Lilmod Ulelamaid
    Participant

    But his wife doesn’t post – only he does. And he could have started after they were married.

    #1224475

    DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    Correction – his wife doesn’t post as far as he knows.

    #1224477

    Lilmod Ulelamaid
    Participant

    okay, but that could be true of anyone. Maybe your wife posts too.

    #1224478

    Mammele
    Participant

    Mazel Tov DY on the removal of your subtitle! A pity I forgot what it was… (something about CR Talmud Chochom?)

    In any case Retzono shel Adam zeh Kvodo.

    #1224479

    DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    Thanks to all for the good wishes, and good job, Mammele, on figuring it out.

    As I recall, my most recent subtitle was not nearly as flattering as what you (sort of) remember (which I never had).

    #1224483

    Mammele
    Participant

    Oh now I remember. It was “Singular mind”. So maybe change it to “Veteran CR Talmud Chochom” cause that’s really what it should have been.

    And sorry for being such a nag. Hope you’re not playing me (and all of us) though… I’m not good at chess.

    #1224484

    DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    Mammele, I appreciate the compliment, but knowing how to Google ? talmid chochom.

    #1224485

    Mammele
    Participant

    Right. So let’s make it “Perhaps a Talmid Chochom, Perhaps an Onav, Perhaps a Mod” and let the CR batlanim decide…

    Just kidding, they’re all Talmudi Chachomim — I mean expert googlers — not ch”v batlanim.

    #1224486

    Lilmod Ulelamaid
    Participant

    “And sorry for being such a nag. Hope you’re not playing me (and all of us) though… I’m not good at chess.”

    What? Where did chess come into this?

    #1224487

    Mammele
    Participant

    Nothing about you LU or actual chess. It’s just an expression.

    #1224488

    Lilmod Ulelamaid
    Participant

    oh well, I started to get excited that I finally have someone to play chess with..

    #1224489

    Person1
    Member

    I wanted to let CR know that I got engaged! So mazel-tovs are due…

    (I debated long if and when to post this, because I worry that I might spend too much time posting, which I can’t afford… so if you see me post more than once a day here, it’s probably a bad thing)

    #1224490

    Lilmod Ulelamaid
    Participant

    oh my gosh.. I am so excited! MAZEL TOV! That is such good news!!!

    I guess I can’t ask you any of the usual questions (what’s her name? Where is she from? How old is she? What does she do? etc.)

    So we’ll just have to leave it at: Mazel Tov! and you should be zoche to build a bayis neeman b’Yisrael!!

    Thanks for letting us know!

    #1224491

    Lightbrite
    Participant

    Yay Person1!!! Mazal TOV Mazal TOV Mazal TOV 🙂 🙂 🙂

    #1224492

    Person1
    Member

    Thanks so much lightbrite and Lilmod Ulelamaid!

    LU although I can’t share the details, I have some fact you and others might find of interest.

    I posted a question here in the past about whether it was OK for me (an introvert) to turn down extroverts simply for being extroverts. So the girl I got engaged to eventually isn’t an introvert in any way. We are similar in many ways though. It turns out you can’t really define the whole person simply by their level of extroversion.

    Another interesting fact is that although both of us have been in shiduchim for quite a lot of time, we didn’t have to “settle” in any way. We are both absolutely happy.

    #1243288

    Little Froggie
    Participant

    הודו לה’ כי טוב
    Our son became engaged!!!!

    #1243297

    Joseph
    Participant

    Mazal Tov, LF!

    #1243299

    Chortkov
    Participant

    Mazal tov!

    We should only share simchos together.

    #1243300

    TheGoq
    Participant

    Mazel Tov!!!!

    #1243353

    Little Froggie
    Participant

    Amen!

    And for those who don’t know, it’s ב”ה an Israeli wonderful (++++!!!) girl. Which means (gulp) another trip of Froggies to the Holy Land.

    <Click Here> to fund one (<Click Here> for multiple) ticket for one Froggie…

    #1243569

    Lilmod Ulelamaid
    Participant

    LF – Mazel Tov! That’s so exciting!! And it’s such a zchus that your sons keep marrying Israeli girls!

    Hatzlacha funding the trip! Sorry I can’t help…still trying to figure out how to pay for my own trip to the US….if you come up with any ideas, please let me know…

    #1243591

    Little Froggie
    Participant

    And yes, the Vort is אי”ה today… sometime, somewhere is Israel. I’m gonna have to do it be there with skype (while cleaning for Pesach)! Lucky Frogette is representing me!

    #1243585

    Little Froggie
    Participant

    Thank you!! אי”ה by you בקרוב! (and don’t forget to post the good news here!) I don’t know your name, but HaShem does, that’s the main thing that counts, he knows exactly whom I’m having in mind when I bench you!! Nissan is an especial time for good tidings… especially for Shidduchim (מושיב יחידים ביתה מוציא אסירים בכושרות).

    HaShem… I realize the Chassodim you did, and do for us, IN SPITE of by behavior. I realize it is entirely a מתנת חנם, through and through. No, there is NO WAY I can be תולה on anything I have EVER done, rather it’s an undeserving חסד in spite of my ways… Please רבונו של עולם, make our Simchah more complete by having others being helped out in their מצבים, in their time of need, each to what he or she may need to make them truly happy.

    #1243706

    Lilmod Ulelamaid
    Participant

    Amen! Thanks! That is so nice of you! By the way, I just learned that when you’re davening for a refuah Shelaima for someone (and I assume it applies for anything else as well), if you don’t know their Jewish name, you can use their כינוי. And if you don’t know the parent’s name, you can use any other information you know about the person to identify them so it’s clear who you mean.

    So if you daven for “lilmod u’lelamaid from the CR” that should be enough of an id for me.

    (source: Dirshu footnotes on the Siman in Cheilik Aleph about “Refainu”.

    #1244379

    Lilmod Ulelamaid
    Participant

    If you really want to daven for me with my real halachic name, I can give it to you through the mods. There’s no reason I can’t tell you my halachic name, since you wouldn’t be able to figure out who I am, but I wouldn’t be comfortable writing it for the whole world.

    #1244403

    Little Froggie
    Participant

    I’m not a Rebbe, Rav, nor Rosh Yeshiva by any strech of anyone’s imagination. My having a certain name in mind, I’m afraid (actually quite certain) won’t do much.

    #1244471

    Chortkov
    Participant

    I never really understood the whole name thing.

    It is quite clear that ideally you should mention the name and mothers name, or at least some form of definitive information, he davening for someone. What is the neccesity for this? If I just have someone in mind, why is the tefillah any less powerful?

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