Shalom chaverim! I hope you had a good Yom Tov. I slept through most of mine. No, I'm not kidding. I have been utterly exhausted. I have been a bit anemic for awhile, but my latest labs were much better. The sheer amount of stress I've been under lately is utterly ridiculous. DH said, "I haven't seen you sleep this much since you were pregnant!" It's STRESS, buddy. Get off my case! (Hmmm, snapping at spouse. Check.)
Grape Nuts and Trail Mix Grape Nuts (if it's called that) have the most iron of any type of food I've found per serving, and it's definitely the easiest delivery system, LOL. Yep, me and my nuts and twigs. Yippee. I have lost five pounds. Not that you can tell. LOL.
To everyone, a happy, healthy, prosperous New Year. And, to paraphrase a quote from Sara Yocheved Rigler's current article on aish.com: "...if, as Rosh Hashana draws near, we realize to our chagrin that we have few spiritual achievements to report, it's still not too late. The ten days between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, called "The Ten Days of Repentance," are an ideal time to score some spiritual goals. The deadline for submissions to our spiritual alum magazine is Yom Kippur."