I don't have a lot of access to cities. Shocking, I know. And even though last week I found myself in four different municipalities, I couldn't get my act together to get a good cityscape. So Tzur Hadassah's other half, Har Kitron, will have to do. Week 42: Cityscape A drop of civilization hidden in... Continue Reading →
Universe, if you know how liable I am to get distracted, why would you send low-flying planes buzzing past my window, across the street from my house... for two hours?! First, I was all, go go go WARPLANE! Then I was all, go go go FIREPLANE! Finally, I concluded, it's really probably just go go... Continue Reading →
It's been a while! Plenty to update on Tzur Hadassah. In no particular order, except for saving the weirdest for last... five bits of small town news: 1. THE Tzur Hadassah Pool You're not a true Tzur Hadassian if you're not already putting on your floaties in impatient anticipation for the new pool, possibly making... Continue Reading →
I told Koala he could come with me to the Yom HaZicaron ceremony if he likes. I told him it's a time where we remember all the soldiers and all the good things they do for us. "And if you want, during the siren, you can think about your uncle who is a chayal, or... Continue Reading →
My run this morning got a little messy - but way more fun - when my running partner joined. If you live in Tzur Hadassah and this is your dog, man, you are lucky. I hope you're a runner too! It's such a thrill running with a dog (even if it was just for a... Continue Reading →
Not so happy with my pic this week. I tried a few backlit options, but I don't think I actually understood the concept until right before the deadline. It's hard to do this with a (albeit fancy) camera phone. Week 3: Silhouette/Backlit Caged suburbia.
Koala has been going through some stuff at gan lately. Boy stuff, school stuff, three stuff, soon-to-be four stuff (stuff Dr. Seuss didn't write about this one so it looks like I may do the job for him). Anyway, on Friday I took him for a mother-son 'adventure' (his word, not mine) through the valley... Continue Reading →
It suddenly dawned on me, walking along the highway outside Tzur Hadassah for the 3907584376th time... ...our highway signs advertise coffee as the pit stop attraction. Maybe they did in the US too, but the icons here look like a hafuch (cappuccino). I dunno why, I just love it.
For a while I've felt a bit stuck. Living in a lovely shoe box of puzzle pieces; it's the complete set, so I know everything will fit. And then at some point, one must look around and wonder if there's another puzzle somewhere, in some alternate universe, and if one were to mix the pieces... Continue Reading →