Monthly Archives: June 2009

Learning to be a Sephardic Mother

Step One: Drop your luggage and hit the shuk at 1PM on a Friday afternoon. Then ditch shopping for a nice lunch, while someone else does your shopping* for you. At the end of lunch, pick up the last few … Continue reading

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Learning to be a Sephardic mother

I got to my friend’s apartment in the shuk in Jerusalem, dropped by bag, got a quick hug and then we were off for shabbat shopping. Two hours later and we were standing in another friends beautiful kitchen. Bags of … Continue reading

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Hotel Galileo, Tel Aviv

The morning I was leaving for Israel, I gave myself one more hour to make a decision about where to stay my first few days in Israel. Like I said in my previous post, I’ve finally accepted that I should … Continue reading

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Three times is a trend

Two summers ago, I got to Tel Aviv, checked into my hostel on Hayarkon, had dinner and went to bed. I spent the next day sleeping fitfully and walking around Tel Aviv. I wasn’t much for company or chatting, just … Continue reading

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Jet Lag before the Jet Lag

I don’t know how to explain it, but I think I got jet lag before I’ve even left for Israel. If you haven’t kept up, in the last 3 weeks I’ve been out of state every week. A trip to … Continue reading

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Yay! Natiiv Arts & Media has a home!

Run, don’t walk, over to the new online home of Natiiv Arts & Media. Built by Idan Gazit of Pixane design, I’m completely in love with my site. I would marry it if I could. He built the site using … Continue reading

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