My husband was working with the New Israeli Opera and had a few concerts
with the Jerusalem Symphony. We had an apartment about two blocks
from this beach, which we did not mind at all. We were delighted by
many, many things in Israel.
for hours a day while waiting for our phil&teds.
gummy candy. The produce was spectacular, so fresh and flavorful. On
the weekends, there frequently would be craft and artisan fairs at the
market. We bought my son a little pop up toy there that is still a
favorite almost 6 years later.
the beach you can walk to Jaffa. Jaffa feels much older and we loved
the contrast to modern Tel Aviv. I would LOVE an hour to walk along
that beach right now.
galleries and came upon this hanging tree. This is one of my most
favorite photos of my little boy.Below, yet another Tel Aviv favorite, walking on Dizengoff.
Aviv, before the shopping malls. There is still excellent window
shopping, like the crazy dress below.
called Tamara. It is where Ben Gurion boulevard crosses Dizengoff. One
of my favorites was to get the watermelon and fresh mint smoothie,
which just tastes like summer to me. This place was always busy and for
extremely beautiful city. It is impressive that tourists have been
coming here for thousands of years.
little kids in the water as if they swallow too much, it can be fatal.
And I learned that if I cover myself in mud, my child may be a bit
alarmed by muddy mommy.
shirt. I got the shirt from my brother years ago. Since it photographs
so well, I started taking it on trips to see how far Skipper could go.
Once I started nursing, Brian took over on Skipper duty as the effects
of nursing were a bit intense on Skipper. He wore Skipper to a
rehearsal when a photographer was taking candid photos for the program.
Much to our delight, Skipper made it into the Israeli opera program.
We have Skipper photos from around the world, and it makes me giggle.