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On my 90th birthday

My great-grandmother turns 97 next month. Pretty amazing. Hopefully, it’s an indication that I have a long life ahead of me. And that’s a good thing.

Living into my 90s will give me plenty of time to play catch up. Plenty of time to learn Hebrew (especially considering I keep dropping out of all my Hebrew classes). And even more time to prepare for my bat mitzvah ceremony (espcially since I’m only in my Jewish toddler years right now).

Because if these ladies can do it, so can I: “Having a Bat Mitzvwh in Their 90s Because It’s a Hoot”

Ten women close to or in their 90s have been preparing for a bat mitzvah in their suburb of Cleveland.

Fay Kadis, 94, practicing her reading.

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