Sunday Scenes – February 10, 2013.

skirball garden

I hope to get to the Skirball Cultural Center soon, to see the Voices and Visions Exhibit, which runs through March 17, 2013.

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) has an interesting sounding exhibit entitled Stanley Kubrick.

I am in the midst of reading The Conversation, by Joshua Golding. The novel is a little over 500 pages long, and I am totally engrossed and fascinated by the content of the story. I am almost finished reading it.

I have a review to edit and eventually post on the book entitled Journey to Heaven: Exploring Jewish Views of the Afterlife.

My family in NY and in MA are snowed in, due to the blizzard, but they are safe. I hope my friends living in the eastern part of the U.S., are safe. Please be cautious. My thoughts and prayers to all of you.

February 10, 2013 – 30 Sh’vat, 5773

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4 responses to “Sunday Scenes – February 10, 2013.

  1. It is incredible to see such a pretty spring-looking photo! Here we are having a little more snow; nothing like in NY though.

    • Thanks! I took that last year. We have tons of snow on our local mountains, and two freeways were closed down because the snow level dropped lower than 2,000 feet.

      Nothing, absolutely nothing like the eastern part of the country, though. My gosh, almost four feet in some areas.

      Take care. xo

  2. Lovely photo! We had a light snowstorm – 7″. My friends in Boston seem to be weathering the storm just fine – not unusual to be dumped upon by snow when you live in New England. Sure beats the outages after Hurricane Sandy.

    • Thanks, on the photo…one from a year ago. I am glad to hear it wasn’t too bad, Leora. I know, as a native NYer, snow is part of the parcel. I am glad you are okay.

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