The year is here. Some kind of ultimate milestone. Profundity escapes me. I'm just impressed I'm still around, sane enough to tell the tale... Starting with today - the first birthday. Since the birth-day. Vaccines aside, I'm fairly certain by the evidence that Koala enjoyed what I call a 'naked cake grab' at dinner time. There's... Continue Reading →
So every time I've had to bail on a work trip before this, it's been baby's fault. Well, my fault, but as a result of the baby's existence. And my dedication to breastfeeding. Now that we're partially weaning and I'm feeling better than I have in months, I was just so looking forward to the... Continue Reading →
62-years-old and it's starting to show. Here's to keeping the smoke out of our eyes and the meat industry in business. Chag sameach, happy Yom Haatzmaut!
My flight is on erev Yom Haatmzaut - the eve of Independence Day here in Israel. That is THE day of the year: everyone takes off work, everyone goes to parks, everyone barbecues as much meat as they can, and everyone coughs a lot and experiences stinging eyeballs as the other entire country is crammed... Continue Reading →
I'm scheduled to take a quickie business trip to New York this week - sans bebe and not pregnant, which makes it the first time that's happened in two years. Fun fact: I've taken 5 of those kinds of trips to the States since summer of 2008. Here is a list I compiled of all the... Continue Reading →
On the Jewish calendar today is ב' אייר, which happens to be the date on which Koala was born last year. So happy first Hebrish birthday to my Koala! I'm sorry that you're feeling ill today... I'm sorry you have two or three new teeth coming in... I'm sorry I won't let you play with... Continue Reading →
Not that I mind.
It's unfortunate that we're still abused with news stories about Jerusalem Holyland scandals. Or Olmert. Whatever. That's what we happened to be talking about on our way to our offices in Jerusalem today when we noticed the dirty skyline from Gilo hilltop: Paging Pig-Pen? At first we posited that it was a dust storm but... Continue Reading →
Aright, I know in Israel they are really into putting car seats in the front, but c'mon... #FAIL.