Sunday, January 09, 2011

It rained in Mizpe Ramon!!!

Hooray for winter! We spent Shabbat in Mitzpe Ramon with some of our grandchildren. It was cold and windy as we have come to know winter in the hills of the Negev. 
On motsaei shabbat (Saturday night) just as we were getting the car packed a cloud burst and it began to rain. So the kids ran to get their umbrellas and run outside to romp in the rain. The rain lasted just about long enough for us to get all excited, turn on the camera and snap the photo. But up north it did rain quite a bit, they say, and when we returned home to Rehovot we got caught in a downpour. 
Speaking of winter Batya hosted and posted the latest Kosher Cooking Carnival  #62 celebrating Rosh Chodesh Shevat here. I'd also like to take this opportunity to wish Batya good luck in her new job which began today.  

Esser Agoroth has the thoughtful and well organized edition of  Haveil Havalim #299 here. .
#1 grandson has begun guitar lessons and we hope to be hearing more chords from him soon while his little cousin is very enthusiastic about her art work. 

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Glad to hear about the rain. Have you mentioned Odetta to your #1 Grandson?
KT
Amerbro

Batya said...

Wonderful update. Thanks for the mentions. Our granddaughter #1 is also a musician (and composer) playing the challilit and electric organ.
When are we going to raincheck our double-date at HaGov?

Ben-Yehudah said...

Thanks for the plug!

Skyblueocean said...

You are so lucky to be in israel!
New follower:)

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Fantastic revise. Many thanks for that brings up. The granddaughter #1 can also be the music performer (as well as composer) actively playing the actual challilit as well as electrical body organ.


Fantastic revise. Many thanks for that brings up. The granddaughter #1 can also be the music performer (as well as composer) actively playing the actual challilit as well as electrical body organ.

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