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Rebbezin Rochel

finally a break

April 16th, 2006

Hello there world. This is Mrs. Ilovetorah. I chose this name because, for all of those who don’t know me, I am the wife of the great Reb Moshe. When we got married i married Moshe who also had a web site to reach out to the Jewish population. Now, five years later and three kids later, I’m Mrs. Ilovetorah. This is in no way a complaint, on the contrary, I’m proud and honored to be Mrs. Ilovetorah.

I’m finally able to take a break from the mad rush. Kids are sleeping, house is clean, husband is sedated, and I’m free! This blog thing is strange for me. Why anyone would want to hear my twisted thoughts is beyond me. I always tried to keep a diary but wasn’t successful. I’m not going to make this first one too long because if anyone does read this I want them to want to come back.

14 Responses to “finally a break”

  1. comment number 1 by: Rochel

    Hey Wifie,

    Welcome to the world on bloging and online teaching. Did you notice that your post says, done at 613pm? It is a sign!!!!!!! Mrs. I Love Torah is here to stay!

  2. comment number 2 by: Dr. B.

    Rochel, is that you?

    If so, Chany would like to hear from you. She lives in Miami now.

    Contact me — I’ll giv u her #. Regards to your parents.

  3. comment number 3 by: Lady-Light

    Bruchim ha-Baim, Mrs. ILoveTorah!
    I too am relatively new to blogging. I discovered it by accident, actually. Now that I have it I love posting my thoughts and passions. I was really impressed with your husband’s blog on Arutz Sheva. It was a one-man, personal account of what is important in his life. My husband especially liked the video, where one could hear your kids in the background.
    It is warm, personal and draws people to him & your family.
    I wish you well, and hope that you will read my blog as well.
    Kol Tuv and Hatzlachah!

  4. comment number 4 by: Linda Haniford

    Dear Rebbitzen Moshe,

    I agree with you that blogging is strange. I have a lot to say that I’m sure people would want to read but I just don’t want to blog just yet.

    Anyways happy Rosh Chodesh and I’m glad there’s a section for Women.

  5. comment number 5 by: mrs. j.

    I hear you.
    It’s a sign of the times.
    I love torahtoo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. comment number 6 by: jewbacca

    mrs i love torah-

    welcome! we want to hear whats inside your ‘twisted’ head! 🙂 keep it coming

  7. comment number 7 by: Keren

    What did you use for sedation for, your husband? :^)
    Welcome to blogging on the net, Rebettzin!!!

  8. comment number 8 by: Bartholomew Zaif

    welcome; i too just sent in my first blogg……mazel tov

  9. comment number 9 by: Philly Farmgirl

    You go girl! Welcome to the blogging world! I know you have lots to contribute, if you ever get the time to post it all! Post when you can, shall look forward to it!

  10. comment number 10 by: Noel Jacob

    I accidentally logged onto your to site and blog. Would love to know what you think and what your ideas are. This one is from a place Mumbai India where we have a small population of jews struggling to keep pur jewish culture alive.Would like some remarks from Mrs I love Torah.

  11. comment number 11 by: Etty Robinson

    I love you, Mom

  12. comment number 12 by: the Bulmash's

    can we come for Shabbos?

    btw Channie just had a BOY !!!!

  13. comment number 13 by: Terumah

    I bet you can’t guess who this is. I can’t believe you have time this or that i am either

  14. comment number 14 by: Miriam Katz (Jacobs)

    Dear Rochel,

    What an inspiring and beautiful website!! I am so impressed!! chanie Segal (Bulmash) told me about it!! I would love to speak to you!! When you get a minute e-mail me!! What amazing mesiras nefesh you and your family have to live in Tzfas!!

    Luv,
    Miriam

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