Pictures of life in Jerusalem and the Jerusalem Hills. And since August 2013 also a look at the northern Negev, my new home.
I lit mine for the last time this year few minutes ago. I am looking forward to a peaceful 2015.
My grandchildren loved it all - the candles, the food and the music. Here is hoping for a peaceful 2015!
Pretty pictures, Dina. I hope you enjoyed your Chanuka!
I suppose it is not proper to wish a Jew merry Christmas :-) , but I can at least thank you for wishing me one!
Happy Chanuka, Dina, and all the best to you and your family!
Happy last night of chanuka!Best wishes!Wil
Happy Hanukkah, Dina!
Beautiful image, Dina.Peace.
Quite a peaceful image, Dina.
Happy belated Hanukkah, Dina :)
Chag Samaech Dina. I lit my menorah that I bought in Israel (just one night though and all eight candles plus the shamas at once). I know, shame on me.
This made me smile.... thinking of my shopping in Israel. I came home with a candleholder with space for 9 candles, not 7 as I asked for. Looks pretty with the colourful candles:)Greetings from the cold north.... snow here in Norway.
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