I decided I am simply getting too excited about my graduation gift to leave you with nothing more than vague descriptions, especially as I probably won't have it for about another month. (Assuming the money transfer happens today, I will have the money Monday...and it can take three weeks for things from that site to arrive.) Therefore, I am now going to the Emanuel Judaica site to copy and paste pictures for you.
Except it won't let me, and I am feeling feverish, so forget it. Sorry!
EDITED TO ADD: I think I figured it out. Let's see. This is the candelabrum:
(Sorry the picture's so big, I have no control over that.) Notice the graceful yet unique shape, and as explained before, the color matches my runner.
This is the graduation gift kippah:
As explained, I have wanted this one ever since I first saw it, about a year and a half, maybe two years, ago. It will be my first one with a Jerusalem scene.
"Don't tell God how big your storm is; tell your storm how big your God is."
I believe in God.
I believe in God.
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