Joseph had an asthma attack...
...and I had a throbbing toothache. The trip over was rough.
Oh, but the joy of arriving home!
Here it is! The homemade kitchen. I still can't believe it.
Nancy provided much of our entertainment in the form of her chickens.
...and mulberries, and raspberries, and blueberries, and cherries. Heaven.
A big thanks to Omer for his patience as we attempted warming up to two sheep that had no interest in befriending us. This little endeavor ended after a few days.
Joseph took up his job as apprentice with gusto. They trimmed bushes, planted trees, built a (very small) house, and so much more.
Bibi reserved space for Joseph, Anna and Lydia's gardens.
Bibi's zucchini! The delicious butternut squash came later.
Ohio reunion! Thank you cousins, for those beckon games that reminded me of Shirati.
Laura, Sara and I went on three sisters' shopping sprees. Of course, we couldn't resist buying these tutus.
Lydia was petting it like a puppy.
We had such good times with Lorena and her kids!
Those two months were a good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over. Thank you, Lord!