It’s Not Easy Becoming a Jew by Paul Beckman

I married a robot. My family wouldn’t come to the wedding because she wasn’t Jewish. They sat Shiva for a week. The whole meshuggina nine yards; torn black ribbons, covered mirrors, cushions off the chairs, pastrami, corned beef, and tuna sandwiches on seeded rye. Coffee cakes. She decided to convert eight months after the wedding… Read More It’s Not Easy Becoming a Jew by Paul Beckman