If I was one of the seven dwarfs…

I’d be Sleepy. I’m so tired people. Returned from Israel last night around midnight, ate Taco Cabana and went straight to bed. I promise to watch the show tonight and recap first thing in the morning. I’ve just received an email from my friend Jill who told me that DDAHnna gives me PLENTY of material. Therefore, I give you the comments section to talk among yourselves. Just know that I

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In the words of Ruti, “Jerusalem, Jerusalem. Lift up your voice & sing!”

“Shabbat Shalom” from Jerusalem! Today is Friday which marks our second Sabbath in the Holy Land! We’re veritable experts now. Today was anything but a day of rest, though. Ruti had half of our group up at the crack of dawn to visit the Wailing Wall (fortunately we bloggirls were in the alphabetical group that didn’t leave until 8:45 a.m.) and we were off with a vengeance to visit the

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DAY EIGHT: In the words of Madonna, “Borderline, feels like I’m going to lose my mind!”

IF YOU HAVE NOT READ DAY SEVEN YET, PLEASE SCROLL DOWN BELOW. I POSTED THESE DAYS TOGETHER! TWICE THE FUN PEOPLE! SHALOM! Ma’a Salaama to Jordan & Naiheim! Shalom to Israel and Ruti! A majority of this day’s adventures (aka 10.5 hours) was centered around bus activities en route from Petra to Jerusalem. That’s right folks, ten and a half hours on the road…despite the fact that the two cities

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DAY SEVEN: In the words of The Sound of Music’s Mother Superior: “Climb Every Mountain”

Masaa Al-Khayr (“Good Evening” in Arabic) from Petra! After waking from a restful night of three times the amount of sleep we’ve received in the last three days (AKA seven hours) we were raring to experience Petra—one of the Eight Wonders of the World (Please note, citing eight wonders is not a mistake…All of our readers should note that we are obliged to acknowledge the Astrodome as one of these

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