We’re so sorry for taking so long to write. We have no legitimate excuses other than owning a house and starting a new job is a lot of work. We promise we’ll be better in the future.
We just wanted to thank you once again for performing our service last May. It was truly as blessing for us to have found you. You completed the ceremony with warmth and a sense of humor. Thank you also for your willingness to drive all the way down to NJ and your flexibility. We hope we can now fondly and proudly call you “our Rabbi”. If you ever visit Seattle, please stay with us- Best wishes in the New Year.