Monthly Archives: May 2014

Protexia

A little over a week ago, Adam returned from his trip to the United States. If you didn’t know, Adam went to a mathematics conference in Moab, Utah and then to Arkansas to work with a colleague. He was gone … Continue reading

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The most difficult adjustment

So what has been the most difficult adjustment for me?  Well, as I mentioned in an earlier post, I’m an avid runner and perhaps surprisingly, running in Israel has been the most difficult adjustment that I’ve had to make.  Why?  … Continue reading

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Independence Day Hike

Last week week we celebrated both Memorial Day and Independence Day. As with last year, the juxtaposition of the two holidays made each more meaningful than we find back in the US. Memorial Day (Yom Hazikaron) is such a somber … Continue reading

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Certainty

The past few months have been a roller coaster, and I hate roller coasters. As our Fulbright adventure comes to a close, we have been anxious to figure out where we are going next and to find out whether or … Continue reading

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