Wednesday, May 27, 2015

BEHIND THE WALL

Behind the wall there is a safe room.It is intended to defend against missiles , and there is where my 3 grandchildren (6,5,3) are sleeping tonight because one missile exploded not far from their house.

20 comments:

  1. Dear Yael, I am so sorry to hear this. I have just looked up the news and it seems to be saying that it was a mistake! I hope that is the case, and that fear will not again be with you and your family. Love from England. X

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  2. Thank you Frances, it was a mistake but the missile was real. I hope it will be the only one.

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  3. And I thought they were behaving themselves for a change; even mistakes can hurt.

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  4. The Hamas said it is not them but oter small group, who knows.

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  5. So sorry to hear that you have such worries Yael. Whoever is to blame, somebody wasn't taking enough care, and a missile kills whether friend or foe is at the trigger. Please do take care.

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    1. Thank you Gary. It is good to see that you and others care for us here.

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  6. I like the doll on the seat very much.

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  7. Thats my daughter's house. I like it too Rachel.She bought it in a second hand shop.

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  8. Was wondering how close it was to you and your family when I read it on our news sites. Take good care to you and your family....especially those young beauties.
    I still have the Raggedy Ann doll I got 52 years ago and it looks just like the one your daughter bought in the second hand shop. Mine still has her original dress on & each dress was different because they were handmade by a friend of my mother's.
    Be well, Yael.
    Leslie in NJ

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  9. Take care ... that was just too close and how scary it must be especially for the children.
    I love seeing children playing with 'things' and using their imagination .... who needs electronic wizardry when you have you very own train,

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  10. Luckily the children are noy afraid, this time it was very close, I live 35 km from them and we also heard here the explosion of the missile.

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  11. Those poor kids. It's not fair for children to have to grow up with that kind of violence all around them.

    I like the doll, too!

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  12. I hope it will be quiet here.

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  13. Yael, I have been watching the news from over there. I hope that rocket was just an aberration, a one off act by a splinter group. I know how stressful that kind of thing is, and especially for civilians who don't have the comfort of looking at it as just part of the job.

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  14. Hi harry, as we reach the summer we are getting more sensitive beacause of the scarry memories of the last summer. We hope for good.

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  15. Omg......how are things now..?
    Sobering ..........dreadful

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