Judaic eCards For "Busy" People

Posts from — February 2008

Shabbat Shalom eCards – Wish Someone a Gut Shabbos The Say It With eCards Way

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Shabbat Shalom to you and yours!

Please… Take a moment to Send an eCard and Make a Difference.

Say It With eCards offers a huge selection of Shabbat Shalom and Gut Shabbos eCards.  That’s right the cards are designed in two flavors.  Send whichever is appropriate for your needs.  Check out the links below:

Shabbat Shalom eCards — http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?cat_id=186

Gut Shabbos eCards — http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?cat_id=187

As the risk of repeating myself… Please take a moment to brighten up someone else’s life.  We never really know what is going on behind closed doors.

For example:  On Wednesday I had some computer issues.  If you deal with Dell, then you might know what I mean.  Five hours on the phone and still no real resolution.  I am awaiting a phone call from the escalation department.  MY POINT… I would have appreciated any little bit of kindness shown to me that day. (I will say this, I have purchased three Dell computers in my lifetime, there WILL NOT be a forth!)

My point: In the scheme of things my problems were minor as to what could have been; Thank God, no one died, no one was sick, etc..  But the meaning is the same…  Take a moment or two to reach out to friends, business associates and acquaintances.  It will make a huge difference and you will be remembered kindly for your efforts.  Most people are so busy in their own lives they just do not think of doing little niceties for others.  They are not mean, they are just busy.  Break the pattern, DO IT NOW!

Shabbat Shalom to You and Yours and don’t forget to enjoy your weekend!

Warm Regards,

February 29, 2008   No Comments

Valentines Day is NOT Just For Lovers – Roz Fruchtman Speaks Out

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My name is Roz Fruchtman.  I am the Owner/Designer of Say It With eCards Judaic Greetings / aka Say It With eCards at http://www.SayItWithEcards.com

To be quite honest… before I came to the web, tapped into my emotions and deep compassion for others and ultimately started designing and creating eCards / Judaic eCards it probably never occurred to me that Valentines Day is NOT just for lovers and significant others. 

Valentines Day IS a day to reach out and “show appreciation, compassion and love” to everyone:  loved ones and significant others, of course; friends; family; business associates and acquaintances.  People are the same whether they are in couples or single.  They should not be treated differently or thought of as different because they are alone.

The way the media — TV, Internet, Newspapers, etc. —  address Valentines Day many find the day depressing instead of full of joy.  Why?  Because not everyone is alone by choice – whether they have not met Mr. Right / Ms. Right or their special Mr. Right / Ms. Right is no longer in their lives – for one reason or another.  No one should be made to feel insignificant or different because of their circumstances relating to their love life.

For this reason, since I can do something to help… at Say It With eCards I am offering a variety of Valentines Day eCards.  On the site it is called either Love in February or Valentines Day Judaic Style as Valentines Day is not a Jewish Holiday per se.  But… Jewish People Love, and these Judaic Love eCards are designed especially for them and their recipients.

Check out Say It With eCards collection by clicking the links below:

Everyone is important and everyone should be remembered.  These holidays are a time to reach out and say hello, I’m here for you, I love you.  With Say It With eCards you can always find the right Judaic eCards for the right moment.

If you need help on what to send to who, please feel free to contact me.  I am only an email away.

Happy Valentines Day / Happy Love in February / Happy Valentines Day Judaic Style

Warm Regards,

February 14, 2008   2 Comments

Roz Fruchtman of Say It With eCards on BronxNet TV

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I am so excited!  I was interviewed on Wednesday morning by Daren Jaime, the host of BronxNet’s TV program “OPEN!”  They were doing a segment on “Valentines Day Culture!”  I was asked to talk about Say It With eCards and Valentines Day.

What a thrill, to finally be validated for all the hard work I have done for the past seven years with Judaic eCards.  It was such an empowering experience.

I’ve never done TV before, so was not sure what to expect.  They made it very comfortable and I felt like I was having a cup of coffee with a friend.  THANK YOU to all who made this possible!

It’s funny… when you do an interview you really have no idea how it looks or sounds to the public.  So far, I have not embarrassed myself – Thank G-d!

As well I was able to finally get some exposure for my Troops Project.

I watched the interview this evening.  I have to admin, in the short time I was there, I did myself proud.  I am looking forward to the next one and the one after that!

I will do my best to get the video to post on the Say It With eCards website.  Stay tuned!


Quoted directly from the OPEN website:

OPEN is shot LIVE from BRONXNET’s studios and invites viewers to participate through phone or email. The show builds on the station’s mission to provide useful information to the Bronx public, while helping young adults develop media careers.

Thanks for sharing this exciting experience with me.


February 14, 2008   No Comments

Say It With eCards Offers to Bring Jewish Troops Home Electronically For February, The Month of the Heart!

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HERE WE GO AGAIN…  Won’t you help spread the word? Or not?

I must be a glutton for punishment, but I love our troops and I refuse to let the nay sayers stop me from trying to help.  It took me a bit to just get angry and funnel that anger into ambition and enthusiasm to try again.

Please read on:

Roz Fruchtman of Say It With eCards is resurrecting her offer to bring Jewish Soldiers home electronically, uniting them with loved ones, family, friends and business associates during February, The Month of Love – and for the next 12 months.


In gratitude and appreciation, Roz Fruchtman, the owner of Say It With eCards Judaic Greetings (aka Say It With eCards) is once again offering 100 FREE Annual Judaic eCards Club Memberships to ALL Jewish Troops.

Roz says: “This is the next best thing to being there as the service has the ability to include a digital image and/or audio file for more personalized customization.”

Roz goes on to say: “The Troops may not have time to write long letters back home, but they surely have a moment or two — every now and again — to zip off an eCard across the many miles of CyberSpace to loved ones, friends, family members and business associates just to say “Hello,” … “ I’m Ok,”  or to send a quick
note (eCard) on a birthday, anniversary, etc.!”

For more information or to apply for your own FREE / GIFT membership please visit:

100 FREE Judaic eCards GIFT Memberships for the Troops…


NOTE:  Roz can be contacted at:

With warm regards,

February 12, 2008   No Comments

February eCards – Preview Say It With eCards February 2008

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February is what I lovingly call:  “The Month of the Heart!”

Once again I design in the theory:  “Jewish People are People Too!”  They celebrate and/or acknowledge most of the same holidays and events that Non-Jews do.  Thus my designs are Judaic in theme.

Everything February is “heart related,” whether emotionally or physically.

Wear Red Day — February 1, 2008 (but not too late to send a card to the special women you care and know)Wear Red Day is dedicated to bringing awareness to Heart Disease as the “Number One” killer of women.

CLICK THIS LINK to see Say It With eCards selection of Judaic Wear Red eCards / Non-Judaic Wear Red eCards

American Heart Month — The month to remind everyone to live “heart smart” and  take care of themselves and remind their loved ones and friends to do the same — before it is too late.

CLICK THIS LINK for Say It With eCards selection of Judaic Heart Month eCards / Non-Judaic Heart Month eCards

International Friendship Month — What a great way to recognize those special people in our lives who have been their to support us through thick and thin.  Trust me… this is a priceless gift that does not cost a dime, and one that should be recognized not only during February, but everyday, 24/7, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

PERSONAL OBSERVATION: The word friend is thrown around loosely in many case, but your real friends are those who are there when things are not so rosey and the chips are down!  It should be known as International Loyalty Month!)

CLICK THIS LINK  for Say It With eCards selection of Judiac International Friendship eCards / Judaic Friendship eCards / Non-Judaic Friendship eCards

Valentines Day – Known as the “Day for Lovers.”  (I take offense to this one and am going to demonstrate its other values in a later post!)

CLICK THIS LINK for Say It With eCards selection of Judaic Valentines Day eCards / Judaic Love in February eCards

More later.

Warm Regards,

February 7, 2008   No Comments