ЧТО ТАКОЕ ШАББАТ И С ЧЕМ ЕГО ЕДЯТ.
Наверное такая вещь есть только в Израиле. В то время как все остальные страны мира привыкли проводить выходные в стандарные субботу и воскресенье, Израиль живёт по своим правилам.ПРОДОЛЖЕНИЕ В КАРУСЕЛИ➡️ВОПРОСЫ И МНЕНИЯ О ПОСТЕ В КОММЕНТАРИИ➡️ #xanya_in_israel
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My #truevintageootd shawl. She’s from the nineteen twenties and come to you all the way from New Zealand. She is imperfect (just like me) with tiny little holes, a couple of stains and some pesky knots but I wouldn’t want her any other way.
IT’s TOTALLY SHABBAT SLANG TIME - There are a lot of these little words that you hear people saying a lot and in somewhat different contexts, so you’re not sure what they mean. But when you find out that they mean it totally clicks and you can’t stop using them for everything! One of those words for me is לגמרי (l’gamray), which means TOTALLY. •
HOW DO YOU USE IT
L’gamray can be the response to pretty much anything you strongly agree with or when you want to emphasize that something is accurate.
- Friend 1: I’m so tired of dating in Tel Aviv! All these boys just want the goods for free!
- Amy: L’gamray!
OR LIKE THIS:
- Friend 2: I should just eat the whole pint of @benandjerrys right
- Amy: L’gamray!
SHOULD YOU ALL ENJOY YOUR SATURDAY L’GAMRAY
I took this picture yesterday while sitting next to my youngest daughter. I find it so amazing that my daughters came from me and look the way they do.
Each of them have a type of hair I dreamed of having as a child. The color, the textures, the ways they are able to fix it. I used to hate my hair and everything about it. It was thick and long and I always had it braided up or pulled back. I wasn’t allowed to wear it down because it didn’t “behave”. Now I have learned to love my hair and the things about myself that made childhood kind of lonely. I wouldn’t trade anything about myself these days though the road to that headspace wasn’t easy.
It still strikes me, how I get to play with all the hair I wanted to have as a child.
I’m glad to see more mixed race representation in the world today. I didn’t have it as much growing up and I really did feel like my existence was “wrong” sometimes. No one looked like me. The people lighter than me didn’t know exactly how to approach me and the people darker than me were sometimes cruel, putting lotion in my hair and telling me I wasn’t enough of anything, therefore I was nothing, certainly not black. In middle school there was even an incident where my “friends” family wouldn’t let me inside their house because of what I was. I remember sitting on the curb while my group of friends were inside.
Damn life has been long and I’ve come so far. The world has come a lot farther too and I’m grateful. It’s odd to reflect on these old wounds and what they’ve turned into.
I used to be a lonely girl trying to find where she fits.
Now I’m a mother of 4, embraced with love. We play with each other’s hair. Sometimes I hang mine over their faces so they can pretend it’s theirs.
What used to hurt and be hard is now easy and filled with love. My children are the best lessons and gifts of this life, forever teaching me how to love and to heal.💚
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