Category Archives: Golan Living

Have Deck, Will Freeze

We built a deck, and it’s the love of my¬† life. Ok, maybe that’s a bit of hyperbole, but I do love it enough to sit out here with my coffee in the chilly morning even though the couches are … Continue reading

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Afternoon happiness

Against the beautiful backlight of a pre -summer Golan afternoon,we glimpse gentle moments of happiness.

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Back to work – and excited!!

Hey all! Ok, I’ve been MIA – and I pledge a post in the next week explaining why – and then they’ll make into a movie for the Hallmark channel and we’ll all breath a little easier. But in the … Continue reading

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Overworked and Underpaid in Israel… another news inspired post

I just read this article in Haaretz about the growing problem of poverty in Israel. The author suggests that the government implement welfare to work programs and vocational training, and that’s all fine and good… but I don’t think that … Continue reading

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What’s in your backpack?

This post is inspired by Crazy Stable’s recent post about the sad reality of the death of playtime (my high school English teacher is not going to like that sentence!) You should read it. It reminded me of a recent experience … Continue reading

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Yes, its a political post… so shoot me

A law was passed in the Knesset today that is very refreshing. As I read the article in the Jerusalem Post, I breathed a deep sigh of relief and offered thanks to The Holy One for a glimpse of the goodness … Continue reading

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Uncomfortably numb…

It took me until this minute and writing the title for this post to realize that what I’m experiencing is actually numbness… the question is why? We have a big decision in front of us right now, and it’s weighing … Continue reading

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