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I got a hysterical call from DH. He was stopped for holding his phone while driving. The police told him that the car is uninsured. He didn't have much time to talk to me. He said the cop was nice enough to let him call me before he is being restrained. She told him that he will be there for the night. Please have him in mind. Can any one tell me what happens next. What is happening to my DH right now. Can I do something to get him home for the night?

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Wishing all of klall yisroel, in every corner of the world, G'mar Chasima Tova! May this year bring unity to all the Jewish people. May Hashem be close to us and give us Bracha and hatzlacha in everything good! May we be zoche to Moshiach and it should come seamlessly without anymore tsar.

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I get a Mazel tov!!!!

I bh gave birth to a beautiful baby boy! I need to switch my username to mommy3b2c!

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Please daven now for yeshayahu kalmen bn pearl rivkah

Dh's grandfather who is in critical condition.

Replies : 1  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: amother Thu, Sep 10 2015, 10:06 pm

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