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Life Lessons with Judy Simon
Batya Medad made aliya from New York to Israel in 1970 and has been living in Shiloh since 1981. Recently she began organizing women's visits to Tel Shiloh for Psalms and prayers. (For more information, please email her.) Batya is a newspaper and magazine columnist, a veteran jblogger and recently stopped EFL teaching. She's also a wife, mother, grandmother, photographer and HolyLand hitchhiker, always seeing things from her own very unique perspective. For more of Batya's writings and photos, check out:
Trying to get to work is not easy.
Yesterday I spent almost half an hour at Givat Asaf, the T Junction to Beit El. Lots of cars went by. Arab cars filled with well-dressed people. UN cars and even Pseudistinian-flagged cars. They were off to Ramallah, not Beit El. Most probably UK's Blair, the busy-body also passed me by.
I'm sure they didn't pay me much attention. I'm this grandmother with a blue bag on wheels. I'm the English teacher going to work.
How is it in the eye of the storm? The eye of the storm is quiet, busy with everyday concerns.
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