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Monthly Archives: October 2008
Surprisingly, I think I blogged more while the kids were on their school holiday… I hope I can keep it up – but no promises. I am back to working as much as I can during the day with lots … Continue reading
Please excuse this humble blog if you happen to see it changing colors and designs – I’m in the mood for a change, and switching blog themes is much cheaper than getting a new haircut, and let’s face it, it’s … Continue reading
Online interactions concerning the politics of Israel and the Middle East are not easy for me. I find myself too often, trying to explain that there is a big difference between Israel and the views and actions of a particular … Continue reading
I did it – I ran six kilometeres this morning! Been trying for five for a long while now. Long meaning over a year. I kept reaching 4K and then something would happen, a mild injury or just getting a … Continue reading
This is going to be a bit of a funny post and I don’t mean haha funny. It’s about family, holidays, and traveling. But it’s also about politics. If you don’t feel like doing a lot of reading, just scroll … Continue reading
Warning – this post is going to be picture intensive! This being one of the longest school holidays in the calendar, and the weather being so cool and nice, Sukkot is a perfect time for traveling around Israel. Besides, we … Continue reading
We went visiting my 96 years old Grandpa today. The boys are always thrilled about his age, and he challenged them with calculating it again, telling them he was born in 1912. Their first answer was that he was 1008 … Continue reading
One last holiday (well, almost) for this holiday season in Israel. After Rosh Hashana (New Year’s) and Yom Kippur, we bring you… Sukkot – the holiday that gives your kids another seven days off school! Our school decided to bridge … Continue reading
We’ve had a very nice Yom Kippur. Totally secular and at home. Quite a few online friends have asked me about what we do during this particular holiday, so I figured I’d share here. This will not be an account … Continue reading