The Garden

There is a garden where the sandy colored stone paths are bordered by running water. The walls are darker, more rugged stone and are covered in green mosses and green vines. Water dripped from the top of the stones and into ponds of lily pads and coy fish. Many things grew here; plants native to … Continue reading The Garden


Making it to Israel

So I arrived in Israel. Needless to say all the anxiety and fretting were completely worthless, however they still remain in the most gruesome nausea and stomach pain. I made it through customs at Tel Aviv with only one question, "where are you studying?" I replied and went through along with several Orthodox and those … Continue reading Making it to Israel