And on the lighter side…
And on the fifteens day of the month of Iyar, on the thirtieth day of the Omer, in the five thousandths seven hundredth and seventy-seventh year of our lord, the Mohel almost cut Itamar’s dick off. No, it was not … Continue reading
Toddlers cannot walk on water… Baptism by water does not work for all religions. Grandma saved the girls, washed her shoes and dress while she was at it, and everyone lived to tell about it. However Jerusalemites can swim, and … Continue reading
Grandpa stared at the dark blue water. The water had a calming affect. For a moment he was able to clear his mind of the surroundings. He watched a naked elderly man who was leaning against a parking meter, resting for … Continue reading
Japan – שקויה, נגויה, מקויה, וסויה
Grandpa drove to the pool with a towel whose laundry date was long overdue. He felt a pinch in his neck just as he started swimming. The sun was out, the sky was blue, the water was clear, the swim … Continue reading
Who would have thought that something could trump direct flights from Tel Aviv to SFO.
It was Passover and I was in the sky on my way from San Francisco to Newark, talking unnecessary interest in an article about two Burmese Python gatherers in the Everglades. Suddenly a stewardess popped out of nowhere and asked … Continue reading