Feeling the home land.

After almost a week of driving back and forth to work through trees and hills (the way God intended, no doubt) I have to say that it's as if I'm only just now settling into my Israeli life. Jerusalem is more international, more global... in importance, position, people. It was a very different Israel, if... Continue Reading →

Live, from Tzur Hadassah.

The move went surprisingly well on Sunday. We're here, unpacked and spoiled in this young building with its (existent) heating system and modern tiles. Katamo-who? Alas, I am still exhausted from the last three days of little sleep, zero nutrition and inevitable fatigue, so I will post some gorgeous views from my kumah bet apartment... Continue Reading →

Last words for Katamonim.

Well, it's pretty much the eve of our moving from Jerusalem to Tzur Hadassah. It hit me the other night that I'm leaving the convenience and culture of living in a city; a friend of mine came over to me as we left a party to wish us a good last Shabbat in Jerusalem... And... Continue Reading →

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