Still no car.
Still no lift.
Still feel like a ping-pong ball between banks, Bituach Leumi, Kupot Cholim, and the Interior Ministry.
It’s overwhelming at times, but usually manageable. Next week will be tough for the Rebbetzin with me away.
A few amusing observations about Israeli parlance:
1) Israelis use the term ‘mail’ to refer to ‘email’. It took me a bit to realize that. Someone told me they’d send me something by ‘mail’, and I told them that I prefer ‘doar electroni’ (or doa”l for short), the ‘real’ term for email, and I got a puzzled look in response. If you ask me, calling email ‘mail’ is kinda dumb, but that’s because I speak English.
2) The term ‘cable’, depending on the context, can mean different things. In