Monthly Archives: September, 2012

Oh Good TV, Don’t Fail Me Now.

I love me my good TV. Living in Israel loving TV took some commitment. You needed to download stuff or buy stuff or make a concerted effort to watch stuff. I am proud of spreading good TV to my Alon Shevut ladies (and gentlemen). But I thought one plus in the column of living in …

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Meltdown.

It was bound to happen. We have been here for 52 days. So some may say we were long overdue. But today was the day of the first complete and total meltdown. To put it in perspective, I think Yael went to sleep close to 1 am last night so she’s pretty crazy exhausted. And …

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The time where I watched football. On purpose.

In an effort to do all things America in our All Things America Year (ATAY), I will be watching football tonight with Yoni. Yael may join us to watch big men hit each other. I spent the day asking the male teaching staff the rules, the teams and the stuff I should sort of know …

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Americana.

Let me start by saying that August did not top my list as awesome months. Moving and settling in was way harder than I could have expected, and while there were some fun┬ámoments along┬áthe way, they were isolated moments that we worked hard to create. So imagine my delight with September. School started last week …

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