Not so fast: Tzur Hadassah mikvah update

About a month ago, we took a walk to where the currently-malfunctioning mikvah stands in Tzur Hadassah. Apparently, 'they' have found donors/money to get it functional, (I understand the malfunction is a plumbing issue) and it seems the rest of the area is getting prepped as well. The road leading to it from next to... Continue Reading →

The cost of having kids in Israel.

We 'have' kids. Sounds so passive, doesn't it? Isn't it more like, we find someone to have kids with, settle in with them, work at it for a few months to a few years, attempt to save money to cushion the initial shock, bring forth a baby into the world with extreme amounts of energy,... Continue Reading →

The Tzur Hadassah contrast.

I live in a beautiful nature park-slash-construction zone. Pretty sure that at any given time in the last year there are around a dozen construction sites within our town.┬áThe flagship of Tzur Hadassah construction would be the megatron community center/school district being built in the center, towards the valley. Har Kitron is good for a... Continue Reading →

I live here.

Loving the weather. On my walk today, I literally went off the beaten track and decided to do what I've been wanting to do for months. I turned into the valley here in Tzur Hadassah and walked through our local nature zone. The grass is *spectacular* because of all the┬árain we've been getting. Lush, green,... Continue Reading →

The latest on ‘that mikvah in Tzur Hadassah.’

Jewish democracies - they sure are tough. Good thing there's only one. If this is true, this is incredible. Reporting by Haaretz: Towns ask for public institutions, wind up with brand-new mikvehs When it comes to religious institutions, the Housing Ministry website explicitly states that budgeting for construction is provided by the Religious Services Ministry.... Continue Reading →

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