Friday, August 13, 2010

New Post At Toasted Matzoh

Happy Friday,

For those of you who follow this blog but haven't jumped over to my new blog Toasted Matzoh

I wanted to let you know there is a new post up and ready for viewing.

I truly hope each of you will join me over there as this blog is going away soon.


Saturday, August 7, 2010

It's Here

Hi Everyone,

Well, I have to apologize. I just tried to email all of the followers of this blog and in my "trying to be efficient" I realized I called most of you by the wrong name.

I am so sorry! I hate it when I do things like that.

Anyway, if you did get a message from me, it's because I've moved to my new blog. Yeah!

I hope you will come over and check it out.

See you there!


Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Something New is Coming

I'm so excited.

Soon, I'll launch my brand new blog. Sadly, this one will be coming to an end, but the new blog boasts for a much brighter future!

New info to come shortly.

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Off the Reservation

My Poor Blog,

I have been so neglectful.

So many wonderful things going on and you have gone by the wayside.

I will be back soon with lots of things to write about.

Can't wait to catch up with all my bloggy friends!


Monday, December 21, 2009

Pictures from Israel

Tevet 4, 5770

After 36 hours of travel, here we are sitting in the tour bus outside of the Tel Aviv airport. Logic dictates we should have been exhausted. However, the power of adrenaline was in full effect as there was no way we were going to shut our eyes and miss any of this trip.

We drove a little under an hour to the Jerusalem Plaza Hotel, just a 5-minute walk from downtown Jerusalem.

After exploring the hotel and meeting our group, we did crash for the evening since our first full day of touring started the next morning with a 6:45 a.m. breakfast buffet. Meditteranean word...YUM!

First stop on Day 1: Mount of Olives

Here are some views from the top of the Mountain. The gold dome is the Dome of the Rock at the top of the Temple Mount. (we went there too - I'll post pics another day)

We were told that tours do not typically start with a walking tour of Jerusalem because it physically wears the guests out. Therefore, it is usually saved for day 4 or 5. I, however, couldn't have asked for a better way to start the tour. The view from the top of this mountain is burned into my heart. For it was here that I fell in love with Israel.

More pics to come!!

I hope everyone has a very Merry Christmas!