Monthly Archives: November, 2013

You actually feel the oil in the air

I remember feeling the intensity of the holiday season in America. Right about now, Halloween candy is half off at CVS and commercials revolve around turkeys being eaten by very athletic people in wooly sweaters. I forgot that we have our own brand of intensity around here: all things oil. There are donuts that should …

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Battle Ready

David has been in the States for a week. And I’ve got another week left in this life of single parenting, of crawling into bed at 9:30 and falling asleep before the opening credits of whatever show I’ve downloaded. Another week of walking that dog (oy that dog!) and cleaning up his poop. I find …

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Can You Hear Me Now?

Does this have anything to do with us spending a year in Cleveland? Nope. This has to do with every parent who has ever had a child who does not fit into the box. Back in mostly socialist Israel, we have tried to be so happy with what is being offered to both Channan and …

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