I Married a Jew
Active, playful, enjoys life to the fullest, experiences joy each day, deeply spiritual. Would prefer to meet a committed Christian man. Abbotsford F Burnaby McGill BSc,5'1, lbs, 50 yr old divorced non-smoking, blonde and green-eyedlooking for friendship only F Vancouver Born in Europe, non-religious Jewish, 57, two grown children, psychologist. My practice is varied, which keeps me involved and interested. The rest of my life is varied too; good literature, theatre, music, food, travel, the outdoors. Of utmost importance are friends. I am divorced and interested in a serious relationship for the duration. Vancouver, BC. F Vancouver I'm a fairly attractive, intelligent woman with a sense of humour who enjoys her work, travel, the visual and literary arts--I write poetry and fiction--and politics, and is passionate about many things.
Purim is certainly a joyous occasion all the rage the Jewish household — complete along with costumes, feasting, and drinking until alleged costumes get snug and uncomfortable. Of course, no celebration of Purim is complete without the traditional reading of the story of Esther. Hadassah's character is frequently disregarded. Instead, we a lot pit good versus evil — Mordecai versus Haman — and treat Esther like the cute Jewish cheerleader arrange the sidelines. But to push Esther out of the limelight is en route for underestimate the power of the account.
My husband's father and mother are Jews. My parents are both what Mr. Hitler would be pleased to appeal 'Aryan' Germans. I am an American-born girl, and the first to back my Americanism in an argument; but so strong are family ties, after that the memory of a happy thirteen-month sojourn in the Vaterland a a small amount of years ago, that I frequently achieve myself trying to see things as of the Nazis' point of view after that to find excuses for the things they do—to the dismay of our liberal-minded friends and the hurt awkwardness of my husband.