Friday News – June 28, 2013

tulip garden

I had a week with distractions. My blogging was scant. I did visit other blogs, though.

I finished “The Loves of Judith“, by Meir Shalev…he never disappoints me.

Blossomsmall

Visit Leora and see her lovely Echinacea Flower – Cone Flower photographs.

Hannah wrote a poignant story: Orphaned, part of a photo fiction submission.

I enjoyed the mystery behind Freya’s post entitled “Rusty“.

Blossomsmall

The Skirball Cultural Center has some great concerts and weekend events coming up in July.

The Jewish Federation of Los Angeles has many volunteer opportunities.

Like hummous? Read about the Asli Humous Center, in Jaffa.

Have you seen the new Hannah Arendt film? If not, read a review of it, on JTA.

Shabbat Shalom!

June 28, 2013 – 20 Tamuz, 5773

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4 responses to “Friday News – June 28, 2013

  1. Lovely photo. Thank you for linking to my blog!
    Shabbat shalom!

  2. I read that Meir Shalev book – yes, it was a good one. He captures characters well, always in an amusing way.

    I love your field of color. Thank you for enjoying my flowers. I love when my front yard bursts into bloom. Need to keep it that way (water is usually the key).

    • Yes, he does capture characters well, and also birds.

      Thank you on the photo. I love your flower photos…your yard must look so vivid with color.

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