The Modern Jewish Engagement Details It is officially Modern Jewish Engagement season! Your first instinct may be, “How cliche?”  But, who can argue with ending the year with some brand new bling, a big announcement and big plans to create for the new year? As cliche as it might sound, one third of all engagements take place between Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day.  Therefore, all of you with big dreams of this being the year, should…

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The Modern Jewish Engagement Details Despite the fact that engagement season is usually at the end of the year, I have been saying “Mazel Tov” to lots of people celebrating engagements recently.  What a wonderful way to celebrate spring!  Never one to sit out a good celebration on the sidelines, I had to get in on the fun. Everyone in our office is ga-ga over Ashley & Joe’s e-session. The locations, the adorable pup, the…

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The Modern Jewish Engagement Details This is a story of a baby, dog and an engagement. First, the baby. Simon went to visit his brother and sister-in-law, who’d just had a baby. Tanya, who was an old friend of the new mom, also dropped by that afternoon for a visit. Next, the dog. Tanya remembers, “The first time I saw Simon, he was in his brother’s kitchen with a 65-pound yellow lab draped over his shoulder!”…

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The Modern Jewish Engagement Details A friend introduced Aaron to Janelle at a bar in Scottsdale, where he was attending graduate school. She said hello, but the conversation was short-lived as she went on to socialize with others. Aaron spotted Janelle for the second time at a tailgate party. He introduced himself again as though they’d never met, and this time the conversation flowed. It wasn’t until they’d been dating for several months that he…

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