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I think it is really good pizza. I am biased, my father makes it. Anhywhoo, totally worth it though. Wish I had some right now… Daddy, can you send me some pizza in Israel?
Old city cafe pizza- sorry, I am being biased…it is my father’s company.
It is possible to date. I am from a small and as you put it very out of town community and I have had the same issue when it came to dating. Every time something came up that seemed likely and good- I would go to NY or wherever I needed to go out from (95% of the time it was NY.) It gets expensive and I only did it after a really good checking out and made sure it was really worth my while to go out there. I have had to this enough times (but not more than half a dozen) and most of the time I had to miss a day of school. It got hard, but I made sure to tell the prof. that I will be gone on a Friday or a Monday and would make sure that what ever work I would be missing I would get (to an extent.) Obviously you can’t take a cadaver with you on a plane. I am in Nursing school- so I had the same worries about missing a ton of work for such little time gone.
Hatzlacha and let me know if you need more help or advice! Glad to see someone else here is on the same boat as me.
Amazing! I cried as I read this letter.
If you normally don’t fast well- don’t take these! I know somoeone who took them and got so dehydrated and couldn’t get back to their normal self the next day that they ended up in the ER.
I dated a guy who was on Hatzalah and he said that the even though they were sometimes used as a taxi service or a concierge medical service- there were times when people called for what seemed like the stupidest calls, but in the end were life saving.
Tim Pawlenty was the Governor of Minnesota (where I am from) and had the honor of meeting him a few times. As far I know, he is pro-life and pro-Israel. The marriage thing, when he was governor he, wasn’t a huge debate in the house yet. If he sticks to the same beliefs that he had when he was governor of MN, he has my vote.
I went there and I can say that the program is one of a kind and awesome! Everyone there is great and the teachers, rebbeim and staff are really top notch! It is totally worth a look at if this is something you interested. If you want to hear more about it, let me know!May 13, 2011 6:57 pm at 6:57 pm in reply to: Anyone have a simcha and looking for 3 beautiful gowns to buy or rent??? #767047
What color are the gowns? How much would you be considering? I have two weddings a day apart and nothing to wear!May 9, 2011 5:09 am at 5:09 am in reply to: Who's going to be wearing blue and white tomorrow? #943821
I will. I don’t think has to do with being a zionist necessarily, just showing your support and love for the only place that is really ours. Okay, maybe that sounded to zionistic, but if you know what true love of Eretz Yisroel is, then you will understand how important it is- whether or not you believe in the zionistic formation of the land.
There is no reason why yidden, frum yidden all over the world, who all love Eretz Yisroel, because it is ours can’t do something mildly supportive. Obviously, there is the machlokes amongst the rabbanim about whether or not to celebrate because we it is during Sfiras Haomer- you can still show a little internal pride for having something that took so long for us to get back.
And by the way- so not tacky. Just a little pride.
Simple answer- yes. If you know how to do it, it is better than doing nothing at all.