Here's what it's like for Abba and Mama to sign a whole fuck-ton of mortgage papers at the bank on Purim... through the eyes of a nearly two-year-old cookie lover: Koala became very concerned at the whereabouts of our Minnie Mouse-attired bank rep whenever she got up to copy documents. Today has seen a lot... Continue Reading →
We've left Israel and arrived in Australia (253465 hours later). Don't you think the sign should have been a koala?
Spent the afternoon walking around Tel Aviv. It was the first time I noticed that the flags are out for flag season, or Yom Haatzmaut, which is going down next Wednesday evening-Thursday. It's Israel's 60th anniversary this time, so it's actually more than just personal flags - storefronts, advertisements and highways are more decorated than... Continue Reading →