No, it wasn’t the birthday party of any of these nursery school children. It was a Birthday Parade for the 63rd birthday of the State of Israel. When my daughter was in nursery, she wore one of these shirts.
Now she is in third grade, and she was taking photos along side her mom (me). And chatting with her friend. I’m not sure why she so wants me to be at the annual school parade for Israel, but there I was. I’ve been doing this for a while: here is the 2008 post of this little parade.
Some of her focus was on this dog named Winston. He is a therapy dog.
Here is a portrait shot of Winston the therapy dog. Anyone remember Belle, also a therapy dog? There is also a dog at the bottom of my 2009 RPRY March Around the Block for Israel post.
Getting back to the parade, there were children, teachers, parents and neighbors in our little march around the block for Israel. I had a great time chatting with a fellow blogger, Pragmatic Attic.
Thank you to the policemen of Edison, New Jersey who guarded our parade.
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Does Pragmatic Attic live in HP too? Did you know each other before blogging? Maybe that’s too many questions. 🙂
It is nice to see your parade photos each year or so.
Yes, I knew her, but I didn’t she was a blogger!
It’s a small world!
It looks like it was a beautiful day. I’m glad to see that the weather cooperated… 🙂
Great shots, Leora! Your daughter always bring a smile to my face when seeing her in a photo. Her hair is gorgeous.
It was really a beautiful day and a lovely parade–great photos!
@ IlanaDavita: I knew Leora long before I was blogging and it was a long time before I knew that she had a blog! When I told my sister about my blog, she said, “Oh, yeah . . . Leora blogs, too . . .”
Thanks Laura! I had not realized at all you were in HP too. I have never been there but “know” at least four people.
I love the pictures. Does your daughter look like you?
People say she does. She has lighter hair. I see some of my husband’s face in her face.