Skip to comments.Moved from Kiryat Arba to Efrat
Posted on 02/12/2013 7:16:57 AM PST by Eleutheria5
Had to do it. Mother-in-law came to live after dad-in-law died. We had the only available ground-floor, no-stairs apartment in good condition, and the landlady sold it out from under us. And then there was the fact that mom-in-law is too old to learn Hebrew and has nothing to do there. So we've moved to Efrat, a/k/a "Little America", where Hebrew is not required, and where there's free transportation to the senior's center in Alon Shevut near by.
Oh, and the link is to a book I wrote that I highly don't care if anyone buys, except for the money part. It will not make me immortal, to put it mildly.
Don't ever do POD with Publish America. They failed to do any of my edits, for which they gave me a tight deadline that I rushed to keep and did, and all for offers to give me a chance to rewrite my novel if I only buy a few more copies. In brief, they blow, and I can't in good conscience publicize the book. But I had to put a URL up there that's related to me, and that's all that I have at the moment.
Gotta be worth a mint!
Especialy the Muzzi howling at 4:30 am. Hard to believe how awful it sounds.
At least you are still in Judea, "Occupying territory. Obstructing piece" til the end!
Mazel tov on your move to Efrat, and on your book!
(will you do an ebook version?).
Change your makom change your mazal.
May you have much success in your move :)
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