Cute. Happy Yom HaAtzmaut - chag sameach! Beached it up this year. Something new. Very worth it!
62-years-old and it's starting to show. Here's to keeping the smoke out of our eyes and the meat industry in business. Chag sameach, happy Yom Haatzmaut!
My flight is on erev Yom Haatmzaut - the eve of Independence Day here in Israel. That is THE day of the year: everyone takes off work, everyone goes to parks, everyone barbecues as much meat as they can, and everyone coughs a lot and experiences stinging eyeballs as the other entire country is crammed... Continue Reading →
Despite everything - happy 60th birthday, modern State of Israel!
Spent the evening strolling around the Yom Haatzmaut celebration going on in the Tzur Hadassah elementary schoolyard. Clowns, kids, silly string, shaving cream, noise makers, cotton candy, lights, balloons... This no singles' event. I started reading old entries from a few years ago, describing my purpose for moving to Israel, my role in the aliyah... Continue Reading →
Too lazy to translate this, but if you get it, it's fun. Click to enlarge.
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 →
As I mentioned briefly in my last post, the Jerusalem Post is reporting that the Israel at 60 logo is a no-go for some: Want to use Israel's 60th birthday logo to help spread the celebration? Not so fast. A request by The Jerusalem Post to use it on its Web site revealed this week... Continue Reading →
This is the time of year when the State of Israel has a chance to really look deep into the heart of herself and understand what condition she's in. It's the post-Pessach triangle of introspection: yesterday was Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) and next week are Yom HaZicaron (Memorial Day) and Yom Haatzmaut (Independence Day).... Continue Reading →