Friday, May 11, 2007


You Are Midnight

You are more than a little eccentric, and you're apt to keep very unusual habits.
Whether you're a nightowl, living in a commune, or taking a vow of silence - you like to experiment with your lifestyle.
Expressing your individuality is important to you, and you often lie awake in bed thinking about the world and your place in it.
You enjoy staying home, but that doesn't mean you're a hermit. You also appreciate quality time with family and close friends.
What Time Of Day Are You?

Thank you Cara...

I love the quiet of the middle of the night. I collect owls. I guess I'm Midnight. Yahooooo, I love it when it works.

Just got back from the cemetery...30 days since my Mother-In-Law AH passed away and here in Israel just as we bury immediately, the stone is put up after thirty days. Then the men can shave and it will be up to each of the mourners just how they intend to spend the next 11 long their mourning period will be. The strictes that I know is not going to any places of entertainment or even weddings where there is music. It is up to them.

Another generation gone. And here's a sobering I am the oldest in the family. Sigh. I know, I know...under your breath you are saying tfu tfu tfu :))).

Shabbat shalom.

Have a great day...stay safe...thanks for dropping in.


At 11:33 AM, Blogger OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

I am MIDNIGHT, too! I like the wee hours of the morning when it is quiet and one can create without interuptions.

Sorry about your MIL....these life passages are hard, and I am finding now that I am an "elder" sort of, there are too many of these passages and the road to that end is often not a pretty one...OY!

Well, on that Happy Note, Shabat Shalom to you, too, my dear.

At 2:07 PM, Blogger Penless Thoughts said...

You Are Sunrise

You enjoy living a slow, fulfilling life. You enjoy living every moment, no matter how ordinary.
You are a person of reflection and meditation. You start and end every day by looking inward.
Caring and giving, you enjoy making people happy. You're often cooking for friends or buying them gifts.
All in all, you know how to love life for what it is - not for how it should be.

This is what I am. Doesn't surprise me. I am a morning person!

I relate about being the oldest generation. My husband and I are. I must say we are enjoying every minute of it!!!!

At 4:00 PM, Blogger Jungle Mom said...

Just came by to thank you for your nice comment. can only sit up little bits at a time and have alot of reading t catch up on.

At 4:31 PM, Blogger WomanHonorThyself said...

well I know I am NOT mornings that for sure!..have a great Shabbat hun!

At 4:47 PM, Anonymous John said...

Hey! I'm Midnight too!

Actually, I think of myself as more of a 5 a.m. in the morning. Everything is soooo quiet and still. No one is awake, but me and the cats.

The world is full of possibilities on a morning like that.

- John

At 6:31 PM, Blogger PortraitofPeter said...

I am 'Sunrise' here's what it says:

"You enjoy living a slow, fulfilling life. You enjoy living every moment, no matter how ordinary.
You are a person of reflection and meditation. You start and end every day by looking inward.
Caring and giving, you enjoy making people happy. You're often cooking for friends or buying them gifts.
All in all, you know how to love life for what it is - not for how it should be."

Luv to all in Israel

At 9:37 PM, Blogger PortraitofPeter said...

Thoughts of those, who are no longer with us - often do give us reflective moments.

May your weekend be one of achievement in your writing and of the "Night Owl" toooooo!!

Greetings my friend in Israel

At 1:05 AM, Blogger CaraqueƱa said...

Please explain tfu tfu tfu. I have an idea, but I'm not sure. My condolences again...Midnight!

At 2:46 AM, Blogger Geologychick said...

I put this on my Blog - it's really cool!

At 4:01 AM, Anonymous Tim said...

I am midnight also. :)

Plus, I am the oldest generation as well. :)

As they say, we must be two peas in a poke. Ah . . . make that two pigs in a pod . . . oops! That's not very kosher. Sorry.

Hope you have a wonderful Shabbat.


Maybe you are the older generation now but you are certainly young at heart. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY, connie from Texas

At 6:31 AM, Blogger marallyn ben moshe said...

shalom oldoldlady...exactly

hi penless...ahhhhhhh sunrise...i like the quiet of that time too

shalm jungle...pls take care of yourself...and thanks for dropping in

hahaha woman...some are and some aren't...don't talk to my hubby till he has had his second cup of turkish coffee :)))

me 2 john honey...either two in the am before sleep or 5 in the 1m after...lovely times of the day/night

shalom peter...always a joy to see you here...and tx for the kind words good to see you...tx again for the blog...tfu tfu tfu is spitting against the evil eye...usually over your left knocking on wood

yahooooooooo geologychik...great fun no???

hahaha tim...missed you...glad to hear from you

thankssssssss connie...we don't have mother's day in israel and i you and all the other moms too...tx

At 8:20 PM, Blogger Leann said...

I didnt do the test.but guess Id be sunset when all the sky is ablaze with the glory of God,and the heat of the day gives way,to the cool night breezes.
the stars come out and the thought comes "how small we are to the almighty God.and how much He most love us to have made this lovely place for us to live.

happy mothers day and God bless you.

At 9:04 PM, Blogger Leann said...

its not easy to lose loved ones.but its like every thing else.there is a time for all things.a time to live and a time to leave this old world for a better one.
that is why it is wise to be ready to meet ones maker.none of us knows the number of days we have here.
I been feeling about as you have.I to am the oldest now in the family.
but as my daugther says"mom you cant leave cause we still need you."
and when I ask the Lord to be kind and let me come home.
He says I still have work to do for I aint going no where yet.
your young and you still have work to do.
the Lord says he will bless us with long life.
I want to go when Iam still able to care for myself.
when I leave here Ill be yelling praise the Lord here I come!!!!

this old place is not my home its just where Iam visiting.
and I aint planning to be here too much longer.its alittle too wierd for me.
I love the earth and the creation.its the people who are hard to take.
some are wonderful like my blogger friends.but the ones I hear of on the news scare me.
people are waxing worse and worse.

it says so in the bible.the good will get better and better,while the bad will get worce.
they are bad enough now...

some time the things I hear makes me wonder where the heck are peoples brains?or hearts!!!

some yits in florida has followers who think he is Jesus and he says he is..
he made them all get 666 tatooed on their arms and the dummys did it.
if they would read the bible they would see 666 is the number of the beast (devil).and if you take that number you lost your soul.its in revelations.13;1-18..

it also says in the end times false christs will come saying they are Jesus.
I have had two now on my blog in cal,and one some place it shows me we are in the end times.
and they have been around for a while.waco,that UFO cult..and now this wako in florida.

and the things going on in the holy land, people fighting to steal your land.God gave it to his people.and he has not changed.I pray for the peace in the holy land.its the city and land God loves.
are there still jews coming home there from other countrys?
that is another sign its not long..

in my heart I feel a new wind blowing. its a sweet smell of flowers,a feeling of a visit from some one I love.
a peace I cant explain.a hope for the new and the end of the bad.

the sunset on the evil in this world,and a sunrise on the time of ever lasting peace.where the lion can lay down with the lamb,and childern need not fear snakes...

God bless you...((((((((((((HUGS))))))))))))
shalom...happy mom,s day...

At 5:58 AM, Anonymous Rickelle said...

Hey my dear friend. I haven't read your blog in ages...just caught up. You sound so busy..don't we just get so involved? I did that "What Time of Day...etc" and I'm also Sunrise. Hmmm? By the by, did I tell you about this GREAT book I read called "Angry Housewives Eating Bon Bons"?? It was awesome..made me laugh and cry and cry and laugh. If you do read it, let me know what you thought. Miss you and love you and wish you and yours only peace and safety.

At 8:45 AM, Anonymous Chavah said...

Of course, judging from the time of night/morning I'm usually on the computer sending e-mails, this comes as no surprise.

Sorry you don't get to celebrate Mother's Day in Israel. If any country should have a day to recognize their Mothers (the backbone of the country) it should be Israel!!

It does feel strange when we realize we are the "older" generation. I just have one Aunt and Uncle still living. All the rest have passed. How can this be?
I don't feel it, but guess I'm beginning to look it as the restaurant now gives me and hubby a "senior" discount! Of course, it's because hubby is showing his age and that gives us away. lolololol.

At 9:44 AM, Blogger marallyn ben moshe said...

leann...always a joy to hear from you and listen to your heart...thanks for taking the time and for caring...happy mother's day to you my dear friend...

rickelle...wowowowow how great to hear from you here...desperate housewives eating bon bons sounds like diet diet diet...sigh...wlll look for it...tx...miss you my dear friend

chavaleh...happy mother's day to you too...smooches my dear friend...thank goodness for the old man :)))

At 2:30 AM, Blogger Jungle Mom said...

My husband came out midnight , too.


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