Passing bricks and fumbling in the dark–

Posted on Sep 28, 2008 at 1:57 pm

Is what speaking to people feels like. I believe I was considered at least semi-intelligent in my previous life. Now I feel like a mentally challenged four year old at best. And quite frequently, after I assemble the bricks carefully, one at a time, and review what I have said I find that I have […]

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I think it is interesting that the terrorist was a 19 year old who owned a BMW

Posted on Sep 23, 2008 at 7:11 am

So— forget about razing house, arrests, etc. These measures aren’t really working, are they? I have a brilliant idea. How about CAR REDISTRIBUTION? I know a peaceful family in Modiin who would love a nice, working automobile. It doesn’t even have to be a BMW. They’ll settle for a Lexus, no problem.  And the poor east Jerusalem arabs will have to live with […]

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So what do you do when your child experiences terrorism two weeks after her family’s aliyah?

Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 5:35 pm

I want to assure everyone that my daughter is fine, just frightened, before I write anything else. I mentioned my eldest’s school trip to Jerusalem in my last post. Somewhere around ten this evening I received a semi-humorous call from her informing me that she and ten of her new "best friends" were lost somewhere in Jerusalem. I wasn’t overly […]

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Aliyah Journal sometime b/w week 2 & 3

Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 10:50 am

Things have settled down a bit.  The girls are very happy in their schools. My eldest spent the evening at a friend’s wedding and today is off on a school trip to Jerusalem. Tomorrow she auditions for a musical and later this week I plan to meet with a classical voice teacher in Modiin. My […]

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aliyah blog Day 5-8

Posted on Sep 16, 2008 at 7:41 pm

So our first week is officially over. I have started recognizing landmarks (finally!) and discovering shortcuts. As we plan to return our rental car tomorrow, the staircase pathways through this hilly city will become very important. My girls are adjusting very well; each one has had friends over for playdates and even my middle daughter, who is normally terrified of […]

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Aliyah Blog: Entry #1. Days 1-4

Posted on Sep 11, 2008 at 3:52 pm

So we are starting to settle in, enjoying the benefits of living in the holy land learning about some of the challenges. A small list of some of the things I have learned: 1) Don’t try to find your way around town by car in the dark in a city which you have only known for […]

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