Four posts in one day
Wow! Read on...
Frank Savage, my high school drafting teacher, used to sing "Sarah Smile" whenever he saw me. It made me feel special. I try to smile...I need to smile more. Writing makes me smile!
Ely announced to me this morning that she only wants to speak to me in Hebrew. She said she understands English, but can only speak to me in Hebrew.
One of the important hebrew phrases to know when living in Israel and having children in the school system is Tiyul Shnati. A tiyul is a hike or trip and shnati comes from the root shana, which means yearly. So every school has a tiyul shnati - an annual trip to somewhere in Israel.
UYO is this week!
Thank you Special Ed (I'm not linking your address until you update your blog with something normal!) for letting me know how many hits I have. I wonder why the counter doesn't show on my computer?
It used to be - when my kids were little, that I loved staying up late after the kids went to sleep, to enjoy the quiet night hours. I would get work done on the computer, have a private conversation with a friend on the phone, read, or just enjoy the peacefulness of the house.
I give up!