Monthly Archives: June 2013

Photo shoot – 90 degrees

So it’s officially summer.  90 degrees yesterday, today, tomorrow…. But!  I got a new and wonderful camera for my birthday on Saturday, so heat be damned, I was going out to take some photos.   The resolution on this camera … Continue reading

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40 Minutes

Recently the Pilates studio I’ve been going to every week for the past 14 years moved from their location on 23rd Street in Chelsea to a building on 3rd Avenue between 55th and 56th St. My Pilates commute had always … Continue reading

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The people that you meet when you’re walking down the street…

Recently a friend of Joshua’s asked him how many celebrities we’ve seen over the years, living in Manhattan. We started thinking  about it. Then we started writing down names. Then I decided to add a short description of where the … Continue reading

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Like no other place in the world

The Dead Sea. Nestled amid the stark beauty of the Judean Desert, this is my favorite place in Israel, bar none.   Not just for the sea itself, which for people like me who don’t float (really – it’s not … Continue reading

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Jerusalem Addendum

I feel compelled to write a quick addendum to last night’s post on Jerusalem.  I’m not completely sure it was clear that the rude behavior we encountered was not just a cultural difference (as is found in other parts of … Continue reading

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Ever since we returned from Israel, I’ve been wanting to write about Jerusalem but have been struggling to find the right words to accurately describe the experience. This may not be perfect, but it’s the best I can do. Jerusalem … Continue reading

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