I was going through photos of family for our upcoming celebration of my son’s bar-mitzvah, and I found this one of the road on the way to the Kinneret in Northern Israel. So in honor of my cousin who lives near here and said he is sorry but “he won’t be in the neighborhood” for the bar-mitzvah, here’s the photo.
Some Images on My Blog in the past few weeks
Some Posts on My Blog in the past few weeks
- Favorite Books from Childhood
- Grandmother and Grandson
- Berry Cashew Pudding
- Jewish Film Festival Challenge
Elsewhere in the Blogosphere
Reluctant Veggie educates about nightshades and remarks “it makes perfect sense that the food we put into our body has a direct impact on how our body performs. or, rather, how it doesn’t perform. and yet, most doctors have no clue. or would rather treat the symptom versus finding the root cause.”
Ilana-Davita had blogger’s block, but yet she managed to write an elucidating post about Bereshit.
Mimi posted a scrumptious photo of her Moroccan fish.
10 thoughts on “Review with Road to Kinneret”
Thank you Leora for the links. I see that you were also impressed by the Moroccan fish. I am just about to print the recipe and make it.
Have a great day tomorrow. Hope the work isn’t too overwhelming.
I have to continue cleaning up my house, getting it ready for our guests…yes, that is overwhelming! Not my favorite task. Who likes housework?
thanks for the link (and comment)! it’s amazing how little people know about diet, and yet what a profound impact it can have on physical health.
And I’ll take it one step further than that… even when people hear that changing their diet might help them, they are very resistant to change. Food choices are ingrained in some way.
I think I had better check our that website. My neurologist wants me to eat better. Seems I am anemic again… Hard to get iron when you don’t eat red meat….Michelle
Beautiful photo, beautiful country.
Enjoy the preparations.
Lovely to see that photo of Kinneret. Is that the road looking down from the Rosh Pina end or going up to Kinneret. Hubby leaves for Israel tomorrow. Sigh – 3 weeks without him.
It’s heading east toward Ginosar, where we went swimming.
A belated thank you for the link, Leora.
NIce Kinneret photo! How peaceful it looks…and I love how you lead our eyes towards the ocean.