The wild mustard is growing yellow and everywhere in Israel at the moment. But not the kind of mustard that you eat with ketchup on your hotdog! Wild mustard as in wild mustard plants! :)
Sinapsis Arvensis, a tiny yellow flower that grows in masses in fields, along road sides and abandoned building sites. Up close the wild mustard flower does not look like much - a bit on the puny side actually. But just come across a field filled with mustard flowers and you will be enchanted - just as I am every spring.
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
|Ken Bosma Israelis are often described as prickly pears - thorny|
on the outside but sweet on the inside!
" Excuse me teacher, but can you please tell me how to say 'Please', 'Thank you' and 'I apologize' in Hebrew."
The Israeli teacher (clearly baffled) looks at him for a while and then asks, "Why?"
Saturday, March 17, 2012
©Flavio Is it the kids who like to be dressed up for Purim or the mommies who like to dress up their kids?