Shabbat Shalom

Shabbat Shalom

 Israelis were to change the time on their clocks last night

and we lost an hour of sleep springing forward.

I hate the week after any clock change,

but at least today did feel like spring,

even if I dragged around feeling tired most of the time.

Spring sign in Hebrew

“The spring has come” announces this nursery school display.

Children are learning Passover songs and dances,

preparations for the Holiday of Spring are underway.

On the way home we stopped for a second,

Jerusalem Israel spring flowers Shabat shalom

to snap one photo of some spring flowers.

שבת שלום

Shabbat shalom!

Shabbat Shalom

Shabbat Shalom

If aliens dropped into Jerusalem, Israel, today,

what would they think?

School children went dressed in Purim costumes,

so many princesses, transformers, little people in uniforms,

and cute two-footed, little furry animals.

In all the pre-Purim noise and partying,

however, there was at least one quiet spot.

Thousands of people drive south to see flowers,

but I prefer to just walk the path,

winding up to the Israel Museum

slowly to enjoy these scenes.

anemones, poppies, flowers Shabat shalom poster

שבת שלום

Shabbat Shalom – Shabbos Kodesh

Shabbat Shalom – Shabbos Kodesh

Fridays are usually busy preparing for Shabbat,

so there is only time for a quick photo and greeting.

Last night a benefit concert for the

Lone Soldier Center in memory of Michael Levin,

 was held at Bet Shmuel, starring Shlomo Katz.

Instead of a photo for Shabbat, please enjoy a bit

of Shabbat Kodesh from Jerusalem, Israel.

שבת שלום

Lone Soldier Center in memory of Michael Levin