Summer and Quiet Time

Its summer, its hot, and its quiet. In many Mediterranean countries, the summer time schedule is to get up early, work until it gets hot, go to sleep and wake up again for the cooler evening hours. I completely agree, except that I think we should live underground in caves where it is cool all the time...

No interesting news this week. My son Asaf continues his recovery. It is amazing to watch him slowly recover from the tension and pressure of kidney failure. He smiles a lot more often. Now if only I could get him to stop playing computer games and to start thinking about the future.

This shabbat, we were invited out to dinner and will be having a smallish lunch (10 people). We have a regular kiddush at our house after services in the morning. Since we start very early, the kiddush is around 8:30am. Tomorrow, we will be celebrating the upcoming wedding of our friends Rafi and Ester. Lunch is with E and J and the one daughter who is still single and living at home.

Have a safe and wonderful shabbat,
Elliot

Shabbat Parshat Sh'lach
Lunch - 10
Tas Kebab (beef and rice casserole)
Chicken and Potatoes
Garlic Green beans
Stir fried Zucchini

I'm making a curry to take to our friends for dinner. The recipe is called bengali zucchini curry. I'm very happy with the way it turned out, very colorful and not too spicy.

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