18 and 19 Tevet, 5773
From time to time I share the privilege of hostessing the Haveil Havalim blog roundup aka Carnival. Now that we Israelis have shaken off the Canadian winter that blew in here a week and a half or so ago, seen our municipal workers push MASSIVE AMOUNTS OF SNOW out of the way (sort of)
Here we go with a majorly funny Snowball Effect - in a country without enough shovels (for snow and citizenry interested in clearing out some politicians):
Mr. Haveil Havalim himself, aka Esser Agarot, offers Naftali Bennett Misses the Boat.
Ariel ben Yohanan looks at traffic through a spiritual/archaeological lens at London/Washington & Nahum Barnea.
Jacob Richman shares pix of the recent Israeli snow storm remnants! No kidding? We had a snowstorm? I'm wiped out from sliding all over black or white ice. Slippery stuff. It was hard to see without electricity...
Ya'aqov HH assures me and you that, yes indeedy, Israel had an Historic (DAMAGING) Snowstorm (sorry, school kids. You'll probably have to study the topic in your history books next time the new editions come out).
I'm sure that many HHers would like to join Ya'aqov HH and heave a GINORMOUS snowball at the guilty party over John Kerry's Persistence.
Ruth Palatnik teaches us a thing or 2 about how to stick to your exercise/fitness goals no matter the weather or whatever in A Few Small Points.
Ruth shares another life lesson At the Toy Store (it's very much like those in the happiness videos I shared at this very blog days ago. Keep up with the class, kids! Ruth and I are on to to something good).
Hmm, what would an HH blog Carnival be without Batya Medad's involvement? Insufficient, to tell the truth. Here are her looks at life: BIG Country, Small Country
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