I made it till 1:34pm today without hearing, reading, or talking about Syria, gas masks, or missiles. The biggest news, since the US didn't strike when everyone assumed (yesterday), is the fact that Israelis are waiting hours, sometimes whole days, in line at gas mask handout points. Only 60% of Israelis are equipped with up-to-date... Continue Reading →
Ok, that said, I cherish the quick snapshots I get hanging old school. Or new school, since we visited Florida this time. Flying with kids... enjoying their curiosity... The fruit lets you know... The natives are still new to me... The cliches who become even bigger cliches... New places... Old bedroom, old school... And, really... Continue Reading →
Living in Israel (and probably many other countries as an American expat) is an exercise in being happy with what you have, and I feel lucky to have even scratched the surface of that sentiment. Occasionally the conversation comes up with fellow expats here and I'm no longer surprised to admit that I'm happier here... Continue Reading →
Week 34: Three Life indoors.
Week 33: Panorama Intracoastal Waterway, near Palm Beach, Florida
Week 32: Different/Unusual Walk your own way.
Particularly proud of the shorts. Week 31: Pairs Everyday pairs.