Do you know how they say “when life gives you lemons, make a lemonade?” 🍋
Well, I love lemonade. I love lemons even more. But some lemons I would rather live without.
Two months ago, my country entered another round of escalation with the rulers of Gaza strip. For almost two weeks, they fired rockets into Israel, which meant that we could hear a war siren at any hour of the day and run into shelter. One rocket even hit a street not far away from my home, killing one man. Not my kind of a lemon, you see?
But in the process of those two weeks, I could notice some things about myself as a parent, and that's what I want to share with you in this episode.
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