My most popular posting today is one I wrote two years ago, saying simply "G'mar chatima tovah." Many people are Googling the phrase today and ending up at this blog.
Someone should tell Answers.com that their translation is not quite accurate; this one is. (Hat tip: Balashon)
It is also very worthwhile to check out the poignant post by Ocean Guy.
So I will take this opportunity to wish everyone a g'mar chatima tovah (and a g'mar chasima tovah as well :) ) . I hope that anyone who I may have wronged during the year forgives me, and I forgive everyone for anything they may have done to me.
May we all be sealed for a great year, and may we all have an easy fast!
Shiloh Area in 1942 Map
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