Thursday, August 03, 2006

Life at the Front*

For a first-hand well-written description of life under fire, read Leah Guren's new blog. She created it for her American family and friends so they would stop calling continuously! (Now they only call a few times a day.)

*UPDATE My friend's daughter, Erika Galili, is interviewed in a podcast from a shelter in Rosh Pina. It is about 17 minutes long, but the last five minutes are worth it.

5 comments:

Fred said...

Thanks for the link. I worry about you guys every day.

samirah said...

There is no end to the amount of panicky phone calls my cousins in Israel get from me everyday. They're kind of starting to get annoyed. And you kow what else? If I could I would call you a zillion times a day to make sure you're, you know, still there.

Savtadotty said...

I wish there were no reason to worry. Thanks, guys.

Maria said...

Thank you for posting the link to Leah. I wrote this comment for her but was unable to leave it because she has not opened her blog to anyone who is not a member of BlogThis. There is a way to open the comments to everyone, but I couldn't find an e-mail for her either. So in mild frustration I am sendin this to you. Maybe you can get it to her. Thanks.

I come by way of Savtadotty, who has a post that links to yours. I just want to say that I wish you safety and may this all be over soon.

I appreciate your blogging because it is a person to person way of knowing what life is really like now in Israel.

God bless....

Savtadotty said...

Maria -
I have forwarded your comment to Leah. Thanks for your sentiments on both my and her behalf.