Thoughts from coronavirus quarantine.

It's been bizarre, intense, frustrating, and a little bit panicky here in quarantine for 14 days. Especially as it started as soon we landed back in Israel two weeks ago. There was something eery about de-planing into an alternative universe. Aside from the empty airport... there was a somberness to getting in the taxi van,... Continue Reading →

Thoughts in the Corona Age

Randomness written on a rushed flight back from New York City just as the coronavirus tidal wave started crashing over the tri-state area I think it was probably second or third grade when I first remember it starting. If I piece together the most factual memories, it's around when the school assemblies would gather around... Continue Reading →

Hammock for one.

It gets harder every year. Yom HaShoah. Yom HaZicaron. Every year the ticking accelerates. Every year I realize all over again how important it is to not take any of it for granted. Every hug, every cuddle. Every whispered secret. Every question. Every silent moment, holding hands. Feeling up-down-up-down of a tiny chest against my... Continue Reading →

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