Yesterday was voting day in the Gush. (Finally!)
|Signs, signs, everywhere a sign...|
|Several of us who live on this street thought it was a celebration about us!|
|(It was also Valentine's Day, in case you thought we didn't observe the "really important" holidays.)|
|The morning after. Nice cleanup, guys! Thank you!|
|Looks just like my street again.|
The bottom line is that the post has been filled, presumably by someone who will try his best to build and maintain unity among his supporters and his opponents. May Hashem bless him and us with success in the things that truly matter.
As more than one writer pointed out, it is important to take advantage of the privilege to vote afforded in the only true democracy in the Middle East.
|Sports Guy's voter's card|
We don't need the groundhog in Israel. We have the almond blossom. The weather man says we should expect cold and even snow over Shabbat -- so I thought I'd better capture the springtime to gaze at when the temperatures drop.
Here's hoping for good news through the month of Shevat!