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Friday, October 8, 2010

Open the Flood Gates





Whether we find ourselves in the "Wake of the Flood" or "Before the Deluge", just know there is a "light at the end of the tunnel" (and not an oncoming train) - just know there is a "pot of gold" at the end of the rainbow, (and not "brown gold - coffee") -- Just know that the "darkest hour is just before the dawn" and that it's not only Friday - almost Shabbos, but it's Rosh Chodesh -- and there IS nothing to worry about!

We've got Music, Talk and Torah on the Radio, and songs about water and floods coming up all afternoon. We will have our Noon Time "Shot of Shlomo" and our "Not for Kids Only" Childrens' Hour (1:00 PM) - today featuring songs by Susan Salidor (Songs in the Key of Chai) and Yaakov Yisroel (Jim) Costello (Rittenhouse Square) and the Israeli Classic - "The Lion, the Dove, and the Blue Hen." Of course, Jerry will meet Shlomo on the road to Shabbos, 'cause where and when else do you meet good people except when you're walking (or swimming) down a good road.

Good Shabbos, Good Shabbos, Good Chodesh, Good Chodesh, and in the words of Bill Cosby (quoting the Lord ) --

"How long can YOU tread water?"