My greetings are a tad late, I know, given that most people actually issue greetings on the first day of a holiday. What can I say? It's been really hectic this week, and not just with stuffing my pie-hole with latkes, doughnuts and other goodies. In case anybody was wondering, no I have not yet found the time to make those everything-free baked doughnuts I mentioned in one of my Sunday posts. I finally conceded defeat last night and put the recipe, which had been sitting on my kitchen counter since Sunday in anticipation of my baking, away.
In any case, not matter how you spell it (Chanukah, Chanukkah, Hanukah, Hanuka, etc.), what topping you put on your latke (SOUR CREAM), or how well you can spin a dreidel, Chanukah is a darn happy holiday. And so I'm wishing everyone a most joyous Chanukah, and may we remember the lessons learned from the Maccabees and continuously merit miracles in the name of being Hashem's people.
HAPPY CHANUKAH! :-)