Read This Post, and Pass It Along

A Soldiers Mother describes it best  in this post.

What it is like to worry about your son fighting, and the joy of seeing him, if only for a brief minute or two.

What it is like to be in a city under rocket attack, and how the everyday things we take for granted like getting the cell phone taken care of is turned upside down by terrorists.

A woman like you or me, dealing with the profound and the everyday, in the strange mixed up way that is Israeli life.

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