We'll be at the graduation, along with my in-laws and grandparents, so blogging will undoubtedly be lighter than normal. That works out wonderfully, as you all can wish Serach a hearty Mazel Tov in the next post, which is the 1,000th post on this blog.
And with that, we continue on to the roundup...
Who knew it was Flag Day?! I did - and so did Meryl.
It's a grand ol' flag, it's a high-flying flag, and forever in peace may it wave... it's the emblem of the land I love, the home of the free and the brave... every heart beats true under red, white, and blue where there's ne'er a boast or brag... but should ol' acquaintance be forgot, keep your eyes on the grand ol' flag! - I've had that in my head since we did a play in 4th grade. Wow.LkwdGuy points to a brilliantly written post by David of Lakewood about Tach V'Tat - then asks what gain we have from remembering tragedies. Good answers so far in the comments.
Irina visits Akko on her trip. Great pictures, great narration.Happy happy joy joy:
Ze'ev has started to peruse the important headlines in Israel.
RenReb reaches "new levels of ecstasy" as she proves how irrational women are. :)Blogging:
DovBear's Cousin Oliver loves the game... Jameel does NOT.
Life-of-Rubin points you to free slurpees.
And Robert's students are learning to enjoy writing scripts as much as he is. [And I'm jealous of his ability to write.]
Basil is not enjoying Tab.
Sarah points to another article on blogging. It's all about the conversation...Help:
LabRab's brother is in the hospital.Ann Coulter:
Jonathan Rosenblum on Darfur at Cross-Currents.
JewishBlogMeister finds that 1/3 of all New York Jews are poor.
Orthomom still isn't a fan. Van says she was great on Leno.Finally, Daled Amos has some more links.
Check it out!