This is what we come home to every day, in a variety of rooms:
So needless to say, I haven’t been up to writing lately. I wanted to write this really long post about how my dad came to help us paint last weekend, and one about The Tudors, which I started watching last night, and another one about Israel’s Independence Day, and another about how we hung our mezuzah, but honestly, I am just exhausted every day and that last bit of energy goes to finding my Nutella.
So forgive the lack of posting lately.
- “If anyone can wrest a fortune from Afghanistan’s rubble, it is this man, Ian Hannam.”
- “After a week in Kabul, I traveled by van to the Bamiyan Valley, most famous, in recent history, for being the place where the Taliban blew up two giant stone Buddhas in 2001.
- “Rob was having lunch with his wife, Lauren, and friends at California Pizza Kitchen, when his phone rang. After a short conversation, the SEAL with Naval Special Warfare Unit 2 immediately left the restaurant and didn’t see his wife again until he returned from a mission a few months later.”
- “South Pacific villagers worship a mysterious American they call John Frum – believing he’ll one day shower their remote island with riches”
- AirBNB, which we’ve used before
- Betty Crocker for the digital age
- A republic of letters.
- They draw and cook.