It’s Rosh Hashanah – the Jewish New Year, and we at the Weil Bankruptcy Blog are pleased to send wishes for a shanah tovah u’metukah — sweet, happy, and healthy year to all of our readers (and non-readers too).
Rosh Hashanah and the days surrounding it are called the Days of Awe because those days are a time of personal reflection. So, in the spirit of reflection, we are taking some time off. We’ll be back on Monday. In the meantime, you, too, can reflect on the year by viewing our Weil Bankruptcy Blog Mid-Year Review here. And not to toot our own, ahem, horns,* but it’s a pretty great recap, if we may say so ourselves. A final note of caution: we take no responsibility for anyone caught reading the Mid-Year Review during the rabbi’s sermon. Not that it’s a bad idea. . .
*On Rosh Hashanah, and in most of the month leading up to it (and until Yom Kippur), it is customary to blow the shofar – an animal horn that sounds a lot like a trumpet – in observance of the Days of Awe.