CD 2 (now with photos)

Not those kinds of photos. Eww.

So, this means I need to get off my duff and make an appointment to start the whole infertility process in Israel.

Not much other news to report (umm … cramps anyone?), but I’m posting some photos from aliyah and Israel. The best way to see everything I post about our big move, etc., is on Facebook or my work blog (link is on the right). If you want my real name to be my Facebook friend, e-mail me at whattoexpect2007 at hotmail dot com and I’ll get right back to you.

Otherwise, here’s some photos!

Our plane at JFK. It was named the Galilee. πŸ™‚

Disembarking at Ben Gurion Airport.

This year’s Nefesh B Nefesh logo.

Logo closeup. All the charter flights have this on them.

The hubby and Kirby.

My usual Israeli lunch. Cucumbers, tomato and cheese sammich and sliced plums for dessert. I’ve lost 16 pounds in the four weeks since we got here. Funny how not eating crap helps with that.

The Tel Aviv train station. Kind of nice how most signs are like little flashcards when you’re trying to learn Hebrew.

Israrail train. Very clean, very quick and safe, efficient, and I love taking them places.

Soldiers waiting to go home for Shabbat. You can kind of see the different uniform colors. And the guns.

IKEA in Netanya. I adore IKEA. If I could work there, I would. I even love it in Heeblish. And the Swedish meatballs are kosher! How cool is that?


3 responses to “CD 2 (now with photos)

  1. Congrats on your aliyah. The photos are great!

  2. I do think it’s kind of tricky of you to put the picture of those cute kids who were on your flight πŸ˜‰

  3. I actually got an e-mail from someone (umm … clearly not a regular reader) who asked if that was my son.

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