New York a no go.

So every time I've had to bail on a work trip before this, it's been baby's fault. Well, my fault, but as a result of the baby's existence. And my dedication to breastfeeding. Now that we're partially weaning and I'm feeling better than I have in months, I was just so looking forward to the... Continue Reading →

Yom Haatzmaut this year.

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 →

It’s flag season in Tel Aviv.

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 →

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