My daughter Zhani's (Yafa) wedding in 1968. She is in the first row with Yozhi Beraha. In the second row, from right to left, are his parents: Isak Beraha - his father, Sarina Beraha - his mother, my son Dzheki (Zhak), I and my husband Larry (Leon). The photo was taken in a studio. They got married before the registrar in Sofia. There is no stamp of a photo shop on the back of the photo, nor any other inscription - no dedication or an explanatory text.
My first child Yafa, who was named after my mother-in-law, was born on 2nd June 1945 in Sofia. She goes by Zhani. She finished high school and got a degree in engineering. She used to work as a designer-engineer. Now she is retired. She got married to Yozhi Beraha in 1968. She has two children, Isak and Roza.
My son Zhak was born on 23rd April 1949 in Sofia. He has a secondary vocational education and works as an electricity technician in the trade system. He is married to Emilia Dimtirova, a Bulgarian. He has a son, Leon.
We brought up our children in Jewish self-awareness. We kept the Jewish high holidays Rosh Hashanah, Pesach, Purim, but we didn't stick to all the rituals. For example, we didn't disguise ourselves at Purim; we weren't fasting for Yom Kippur. We went to the synagogue but rarely. The most important thing for us was that the whole family got together for the holidays. And we always had a great time.