Once you're done, you'll probably want to find some people to follow.
Good news! Several of the people you follow here are probably there already. A good tool to auto-follow your friends over there that you already follow here is this
refuse to lose the tweets from the best poster ever just because the worst poster ever shit his pants after a divorce.
here it is: every @wint tweet in chronological order, up & free forever. please share.
will continue to build it out for ease of use docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d…
123.07/ We were nowhere near the attacks this morning in Jerusalem, thank God. Deep condolences to the family of the murdered teenager. How horrible.
Sending refuah sheleimah for the wounded.
123.08/ My son, working in Israel this year, came with these gifts, demonstrating how well he's absorbed the lessons & instruction of my parenting. Getting kosher soda is hard, especially in goofy #Fanta flavors
123.09/ Went to the Israel Museum today & saw some amazing things, possibly the most mind-blowing was this king's seal of Hezekiah himself! It gives me chills. The Bible validated as history by archeology!
123.10/ We also saw some funny Avoda-Zara statues. Many Roman gods, but also stuff from 4000+ years ago. Including this cartoonish lady.
123.11/ Chodesh Tov from "The Eye of the Universe!" One small thing I treasure about being here is the birkat cohanim in every morning davening. It's a palpable sign of the advanced holiness.
123.12/ There's also a fun halachic shuffle where we don't say "Ten tal u'matar" in America yet, but *do* say in Israel, yet when I return to America I stop saying it for a week or so and then start up again.
123.13/ Able to daven Rosh Chodesh mincha at the kotel at virtually the earliest time possible. It's a bracha to be able to do so, but still tinged with sadness at the Churban (can't help it!)
123.14/ It's heavy rain in Jerusalem (a bracha) and heavy traffic (not so much) and we just passed through the walls of the Old City (the ramparts) through the Sha'ar ha-Ashpah (the ram parts).
123.15/ Making Shabbas lunch and going for one of my favorite Israeli food customs: challah with a trillion "salads" (pictured below). Alas, I didn't fully trust this caterer's Yerushalmi kugel (with pickle, of course).
123.16/ My daughter asked why do people think that it's a good thing to leave notes in the Western Wall (something I'm pretty much against). I explained that it must come from the concept of "leave-note Yerushalayim" as seen below