Today's edition is a series of brief summary points. Stay tuned for a longer post in a day or two.
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We finally logged into email to find out that Condolence Call placed in yet another screenplay competition! Nice, random surprise.
Enjoying a typical Tel Aviv Shavuot agenda:
11:30 brunch at Brasserie
13:00 Gordon beach
16:00 roof party
Last minute ticket to Israel = most expensive middle coach seat you'll ever buy.
No advance plans means sleeping on an airbed with no blankets on a dirty living room floor with no shades on the windows. Oy.
Landed just in time to make it to a special pre-Shavuot Shabbat dairy lunch with 12 of our closest cousins (5 of them children). Mmmm.....blintzes......
Spending time with a woman who lives in Immanuel. Wow is life different there.
Looking for a pharmacy open on Shabbat (there are whole listings in the Tel Aviv paper devoted to this topic). Still, it's a must. Beach without sunscreen here = death wish.
Sitting here writing with windows open, busy street below, a cool breeze, and....wait, is that techno music we hear in the background!? Never mind, we're in Tel Aviv, that isn't odd at all.