When It Rains On Your Parade, You’ve Been Blessed

Got sick again. Can you believe it?

That’s why I’ve been so spotty with my blogging. However, I should be entering a quiet patch in November which should allow me to be more consistant.

Why November?

Well, I’m running around like a crazy person, trying to get everything ready for a major trip to the US. Some things are going smoothly. Some things aren’t.

When it rains, it pours.

Of course in Israel, that is both true and a blessing.

Rain is a life and death issue in Israel, so when it rains we feel better. There’s nothing like the pitter patter of rain on the roof to give you that nice warm fuzzy feeling. Just like there’s nothing like reports that the Kinneret (Sea of Galilea) is rising. Or, that we’ve exceeded the yearly rainfall averages.

It’s that important.

In Israel, when it rains on your parade, you’ve been blessed.

3 thoughts on “When It Rains On Your Parade, You’ve Been Blessed

  1. I’m sorry you aren’t feeling well.
    Germs are microscopic, but they have a very loud voice,
    This article got me thinking.
    If we are sick in mega huge corporate America= we are fired. They say we are ” home of the free”, but sometimes I seriously wonder.

  2. come back soon…i can’t wait to talk to you again…i hope you had a safe flight and all your good plans are falling into place…stick a piece of garlic in your pocket…it’ll keep the bad guys away lolol…i do so love you and am blessed to have you in my life…write as soon as you can…nishikot my dear friend…love, marallyn

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