December 26, 2006

Its Freezing in Tzfat

Filed under: Website Kvetching — Reb Moshe @ 5:13 am

First they said snow coming, now they say rain! Its cold here, somebody send me a warm blanket! Rochel hasn’t done laundry in a week, lol. Joking!

I miss snow so much that if it snows at the sky resort in the Golan, I am driving there to find some! Do you guys mind my little ones in the videos cause I don’t think I have time to do a video without taking them with. I have another Video to put up. I will try to film one new video a day for you folks. Pray for me on this!


  1. Dear R. Moshe, Speaking for myself I think your children are so cute and I am glad they are in your videos so far. I pray that the baby is getting better from the burns.

    A lot of the country here is having a lot of snow. Where I am at we do not get snow except on very very rare occasions – not high enough altitude.

    We had 12 degrees fahrenheit a few days ago. Our house is not well insulated so it is difficult to heat as there are many drafts of the cold air that gets in all over the place. You would think it doesn’t get cold in the desert, but it gets very cold here.

    I learn so much from your videos. Thank you!

    Comment by Kathy — December 26, 2006 @ 10:45 am

  2. yea, your kids are cute! DEATH TO SNOW!!!! you can have all the snow you want!!!! lol!

    Comment by Asa Yitzchak — December 26, 2006 @ 8:16 pm

  3. Dear Reb Moshe, Regarding your children on the videos, I’ll second Kathy’s sentiment. For my part I feel that they add a secondary message of joy and simcha to whatever message you’re trying to convey, like a soundtrack playing in the background of a movie. Also, when they are “on camera”, you become more than “just” Reb Moshe, the Rabbi, You’re also a Tattie, who is obviously getting great nachas from his children, even while he’s trying to be “serious”. Any parent watching your videos can’t help but identify with you, and that makes your messages even more dear.

    Yasher koach to you, the Rebbetzin, and your children. I also second Kathy’s prayers for Gedalyah’s continued and complete recovery, and I continue keeping him at the top of my Mishaberach list.

    Comment by Baruch — December 26, 2006 @ 8:17 pm

  4. It is really foggy out here.
    I can’t really explain to 4 & 5 year olds not to talk during filming and not to walk in front of the camera. I think if I had that wireless mic I dream about, I wouldn’t be so worried about it as much because my voice would always be primary.

    Should I do another music concert with Banjo Billy? Tell me what films you would enjoy.

    Comment by Reb Moshe — December 26, 2006 @ 8:26 pm

  5. Yes, please! More Reb Moshe/Banjo Billy! Okay, I can’t speak for all the visitors to your site, but for my part, the first Reb Moshe/Banjo billy team-up was one of my favorite posts of the year!

    Comment by Baruch — December 27, 2006 @ 12:48 am

  6. i love having the kids in your videos!!!! makes it down to earth!!! makes me giggle to see the look on your face as you watch them and the camera. when one zips accross the screen i just grin. you are doing a good job, bro. now, how about you doing laundry for a week…and letting us know how it turns out. :^)

    Comment by dreidel — December 28, 2006 @ 2:31 am

  7. laundry?

    Comment by Asa Yitzchak — December 29, 2006 @ 12:11 am

  8. The laundry i do only makes it half way… the washer and then it sits until mold starts go grow. My wife begs me not to do laundry now. If only I knew to do this years ago! I could have expanded to cooking, babysiting, working… the potential!

    Comment by Reb Moshe — December 29, 2006 @ 1:54 am

  9. Bro, you have great potential for the above and more!!!!!!!!! I bet you could even make up jingles for mold killers!!! lol :^))))

    Comment by dreidel — December 29, 2006 @ 2:42 am

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