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The Blog is Not Dead

It has been over a month since my last blog. The blog is not dead; I guess it is just hibernating.

I need to blog about my camping trip at Masada, the company “team build” in the Negev, my trip to Germany, and the Columbia wedding in Israel. Plus, I’m still planning on writing about the original flight to Israel and our first few weeks in Israel.

Also, I have not written much about why we decided to move to Israel, why we picked Ra’anana, and why we are leaving Ra’anana.

Of course, I also need to start commenting on the news and such.

In reality, I probably will not cover all of that because everyday there is more.

So why haven’t I been writing? What’s the problem? The answer is “too much and not enough” — too much going on and not enough time to blog about it. The problem is mostly work. Having a real job really gets in the way of eveything else that I want to do.

Enough excuses.

I’m writing this now using my iPhone while traveling to Jerusalem where I work. I think this is the first time that I’ve written a blog from my iPhone.

Don’t get use to it.

The wonderous iPhone may be amazing, but blogging with it is a pain in the…, but right now I’m a bit desperate.

Bottomline: the blog is not dead!

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  1. janice nelson
    2011-05-31 at 7:53 pm

    So glad that “the blog is not dead.” I look forward to hearing much more in the future.

  2. connie
    2011-06-01 at 5:23 am

    I was getting worried about your blog and quite disappointed that there was nothing updated. Well I’m sooooo glad that the blog is not dead. But, please write!!!!!! We love reading it and look forward to your adventures. Yes, it’s a PIA to write from and iphone but what about getting an iPad?

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