I am excited about the concept of making Aliyah. Partner, not so excited. The reality is that either you make the committment and take this step or every few years, you take a trip to visit the
country that you love. Making Aliyah would fill in the blanks in my life experiences. I have always felt as if I missed the opportunity to be a worker on a Kibbutz, one of those strong women who worked hard to make Israel a reality. I was making other
choices. All good, but other
Now,truthfully, and for years, I have not let this thought surface.I was afraid to say it out loud.Now, I am beginning to murmer the thought in a little whisper.As I get braver, I'll
say it in a louder voice. Since I am just starting to find my voice, it is empowering. Just think, at my age, I have found my voice. It is never too late.
To continue reading my blog,on your screen, you should see
to the left a column of "It's Never Too Late's" .Just put your curser on one after the other and you get my whole list of postings.Some are about life and some about my future move to Israel. When I do go,I would love you to take the journey with me, through
this blog. Remember it is never too late to have a dream.