Monthly Archives: April, 2013

Norman’s got nothing on us

I thought we were winding down on our American experience. I figured we had stuffed as much “America” as we could at our kids (though, come to think of it, I don’t think I’ve made apple pie at all this year). But today brought yet another wonderfully iconic American experience: high school baseball. More specifically, …

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Soccer in the Rain on Erev Yom HaZikaron.

Today was as crazy as they come Sunday-wise. David is off on a man-adventure (manventure?) driving to Rochester (5 hours each way) to meet a man and hang out in his basement and garage talking about building stuff (I was probably more supportive of the venture 12 hours ago). I was left with 5 kids, …

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Tears already?

  A funny thing happened just the other day. I started to get sad. It sort of crept up on me in little ways. A friend emailed me a great book recommendation, and I just popped into the library and picked it up (for those Israelite readers you will appreciate the impossibility of learning of …

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The Secret Post. I come clean on America.

It’s a well known fact in the world of social media that timing matters. The time that you post your tweets or fb updates directly correlates with how many people read them. Post too early in the morning and you get swallowed up by tons of postings. Post too late in the day and risk …

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