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Today's the day I leave for New York. It's all here, finally. I felt like it would be a great time to update the blog.
I have been so overwhelmed with love these past few weeks. I am so grateful to be surrounded by such supportive, uplifting, loving people. I feel so blessed. I'm not a religious person, but I can't think of a better way to put it, I'm so blessed. Through all the apprehension over the past month, my friends and ...
... to focus on all the positive things about the trip with this fear in the back of my mind.
Six months ago I was in Tel Aviv having the most incredible time of my life. I knew while I was there, I had found a new home. I felt like I was with my people. Plus, the gelato can't be beaten. In all seriousness, my grandparents lived through a war, through years in concentration camps, for me to be able to be there. At home, in Israel. Once I ...
... appears that the ring was worn and couldn't be repaired fast and I decided to return it to the antique shop and try to recoup my money. The jeweller shop had kindly offered to refund the $46 resizing cost should I succeed which I considered generous. Both agreed, so nothing was lost and I was recounting this to Gary and Jon when Gary, always funny, quips 'well there are SOME honest people here and you found both of them'. heeheee!we delay ...
... the week prior and still get a room. I can't think of a nicer place I have ever stayed! They had a free shuttle to everywhere within a 5 mile radius. The inn is owned by the Detroit Institute of Arts but run by a NGO crackerjack of a woman we never get to meet, Sue Mosey. She is known as the "Mayor of Midtown" and her fingerprints are all over the neighbourhood. She must be part Donald Trump, Martha Stewart and Nucky Thompson, and is a testament to the power of the individual ...
... in the streets or ran around in yards, and men sat outside smoking and socializing with each other. I saw women getting ready to go somewhere, and others sitting on front porches watching kids play. The backdrop...destruction and emptiness. I can't imagine walking out of my home into a forgotten neighborhood, a neighborhood that the city has said they don't have the manpower to maintain or protect.
We finally made it to the Motown Museum, and I was super excited to ...