Saturday, January 5, 2008

Another week


zfat4, originally uploaded by Anna's musings.

Shabbat has ended here, and so we are standing at the beginning of another week. Shavua tov to all my Jewish readers. May this week be a blessed one.

If tomorrow is still weekend for you, I'm wishing you a peaceful and relaxing time.

PS: It was lovely to read your many supportive notes from yesterday. Do know that when I mentioned being tired of "naysayers", I didn't mean it in the sense that you cannot disagree with me. Please feel free to do so. If your comments are published, it means they are OK with me. I simply said that now I spend much less time responding to rude arguments which were clearly meant to provoke me.

10 comments:

Maggie said...

Anna,
The view out your window is way nicer than here -- grey dull skies the colour of Teflon coated roasting pans. ick. Can we trade places? The only good thing is it's warm out.
Hope you have a great start to the week there!

Anna S said...

Maggie, I WISH this was the view out of my window... it's Tzfat. :) I live in the center...

Terry said...

Keep those photos coming, Anna. They really are beautiful.

Maggie said...

Anna,
still nicer than what I see out my window -- trust me on that one! at least it's warm enough to open the windows and get some fresh air in.

Rebekah S. said...

Thank you for the sweet wishes, Anna! I sure hope you had a peaceful Shabbat and that the Lord richly blesses you in the coming week.

In Him,
Rebekah

Rebekah S. said...

What a beautiful picture, by the way! Israel has such blue skies!!

Haus Frau said...

Beautiful pictures, Anna. I'm amazed how similar the geography in Israel is with parts of California. :o)

Tammy said...

Ahh, Tzfat. I used to have such a view out my window for many years, and am debating returning to live there. Tzfat is a very special city. Not easy to live there at all, but it has a charm and a view that make up for all its shortcomings (or at least for most of them).

Calamity Jean said...

Love the picture! I hope that your week starts out wonderfully! Please don't worry if I disagree I will speak up! But than you for the reminder to check our intentions when commenting.

Andrea said...

Anna,

I've been enjoying your photos for some times and have meant to comment, but never got around to it! The vivid colours are breathtaking, and I love the picture you shared of the city street; I love the ancient-ness(!) of it (is ancience a word? it seems it should be, somehow) and the sun! (We have four feet of snow here, and it's still coming down. You may, at hearing that, get an even better understanding of my appreciation for the sun ;)

I have such a desire to visit Egypt, personally, and I would love to visit Israel, too; one of my friends has been there several times to visit family, and she loved it. She said the only thing that took her at all aback was a heavier military presence than we are used to here in Canada, but she said she got used to it very quickly, and everything else she described was wonderfully compelling; your photos make it even more so. Thank you for sharing :)