Tuesday, February 24, 2015

The return of the "old granny"


Here are some of the things that we were doing lately.I know it is boring for the readers but for us it was a great fun. I can promise you that if you keep reading my small and quiet blog until the summer may be than we shall have more action here with the new war that might be here.



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  1. Photographs of a real life that must still go on during testing times Yael. It's good to read. We haven't heard much on the news about the Israel/Palestine difficulties. I take it there is not going to be a compromise any time soon?

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    1. We have an elections here at 17/3 so every thing is on hold I think.

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  2. Grandkids are the best. Have fun with them, Yael.

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    1. Thank you Dina. Sorry for being shuch a pasimist.

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    2. You are just being realistic.

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  3. Lets hope that whatever peace there is at the moment holds for a while. Those poor Palestinians have plenty of things that need money spent on them; bombs and bullets should be way down the list.

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    1. I've just seen pictures of flooding in Gaza.... Maybe their government will spend some money on fixing that!

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    2. Sure.( thier leaders took all the money but they need them as human shields for the next time, )

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    3. Sure.( thier leaders took all the money but they need them as human shields for the next time, )

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  4. From some reason the last war here was the most scarry for me.

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  5. More photos of your real life:) It is sad that war continues to intrude on you ... in fact it does appear that while mankind has been on this planet for eons they have yet to learn that most basic rule ... treat others as you expect to be treated, and I personally do not think that includes war!
    When typing mankind it suddenly struck me what that word actually said man ... kind.
    Yummy looking food on that plate Yale!!:)

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  6. I love my real life as they are now Shirley:)

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  7. It's the apparently "ordinary days" that are so precious.

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