Happy Hanukah! Each night when I light my menorah, I make a wish based on my imagination and I have a wish for each of the eight nights. I have the excited wish, the fun wish, the happy wish, the hope wish, the important wish, the interested wish, the like wish and the biggest wish. On the eighth and final night of Hanukah, when all of the candles are lit, I make the biggest wish that my imagination can provide. When I light my menorah on the eighth and final night of Hanukah, my wish will be to meet a very special down to earth easy going polite woman that I can share my life with. I don't expect her to be gift wrapped as a present in my Hanukah box, so perhaps by using this web site, I may be able to find her this way? The Hanukah box is a family tradition. This is a large cardboard box, open at the top, wrapped all around, including the inside and outside with Hanukah wrapping paper. Inside of the Hanukah box, are the gift wrapped Hanukah presents, along with candy, dreidels and decorations. Holidays are very important to me and so is family. Hanukah is my most memorable and favorite Jewish holiday. I have so many fond memories of Hanukah from my youth. Today I still keep up with many of the holiday traditions from when I was a kid. Now that I have grown up and matured, I find that I still enjoy many of the things from my younger days. Science fiction and sports still continue to be an enjoyment of mine in adulthood as well as it was during my childhood years. I competed as a distance runner in high school as well as in college as a member of the cross country and track teams. Today I don't compete often, but I still enjoy distance running. Art, cooking, dining, family, food, hiking, history, science, shopping, traveling, television and walking are other continued interests from my youth that I still enjoy today. I am wide open to brand new activities and other exciting adventures. Boston is a great place to be during the holiday season. I feel so energized being in Boston, walking around, riding the train and checking out all of the fantastic festive sights this time of year. I also look forward to visiting with my family in the country to share the warmth and the joy that the festival of lights brings to my heart. I spun the dreidel in a different direction by writing in the way that I have here. Thank you very much for reading what I have written here. May your dreidel spin for you throughout the festival of lights. May your latkes taste more delicious then ever when they hit your taste buds. May your jelly donuts be as sweet as you want them to be. May your Hanukah candies and Hanukah cookies bring back beautiful memories of Hanukah past. May your menorah shine brighter then ever during this Hanukah holiday season. When all of your candles are lit on the eighth night of Hanukah and you make your Hanukah wish, may all of your dreams come true. A most awesome, exciting, fabulous, festive, fun, happy, healthy and a very joyous Hanukah to you!