We shopped at this cloth shop to find some fabric for Youngest daughter (who is a talented dressmaker), and also found a tailor to make Youngest son a jacket. He’s huge so nothing off the racks would fit him.
And stopped to get some lemon drinks.
Street signs – I don’t know where any of these places are.
The Husband. He takes very fuzzy pictures.
Friday I went to Be’er Sheva to do some shopping. I brought a small camera I bought a few years back for taking snapshots. The batteries were dead, so I bought some new batteries. Then, on the way home, I tried it with new batteries. *sigh* The memory card was full. Hashem simply is not smiling on my photography efforts. When I got home I found the memory card holds 32meg. Did I say I bought the camera a few years ago? Add a few more to that guesstimate.
I have a larger card, but I think I really ought to buy a new camera. And maybe get rid of all these older cameras and their bits. Going to Ashkelon this afternoon, I may try it out again. We’ll see. In the meantime may you all have a good new beginning, whether this is a new year on your calendar or not.