Sunday, July 26, 2009

Is it Sunday again?















Here in Israel, the week starts on Sunday, so our week has already started. I don't like Sundays very much. Maya usually throws a huge tantrum in the morning, crying with crocodile tears, because she doesn't want her father to go to work, after she had him for herself for two days. Well, I have to admit, my husband is a great father. Although he is 52, he plays with Maya when he is at home (when he doesn't cook, that is) and I can say he is the best playmate Maya have ever had.

As you can see from the pictures I've posted, they are just inseparable...

So, am I a happy mother and wife or what? And if I'll add that this week-end hubby also concoted the best lentil daal ever, what would you say? I'll have to dedicate one of my blog's posts to the delicious indian meals that my husband prepares in week-ends. He is a natural at cooking indian food, although we don't know from where does it come from...I promised myself that for his birthday I'll book him into an indian food cooking course...
On another note, I finished Lukyanenko's "The Day Watch"- good book, but I liked "The Night Watch" better, maybe because Anton Gorodetzky is the main character there, and I like Anton. I started reading "The Twilight Watch", well only a few pages really, so I cannot say anything about the book, yet, but I'm sure it will be as good as the first two from the series.
I saw the last Harry Potter movie and it left me so sad...God, I love Alan Rickman as Snape and Draco played his part very well.
OK, taking into consideration that today is Sunday and nothing interesting happens on a Sunday, I will finish here, I don't want to bore you to death...And I want to go and read my book in peace...
Night-night, whoever you are...

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5 comments:

Hevel Cohen said...

I thought Twilight watch was the weakest of the series, but it was still very good!

I hate the Sunday-Thursday weeks, as most of the clients I work with work Monday-Friday, so I do work on most Fridays, but the weekly meeting at work is on Sunday mornings, so I work Sundays, too. So for me most weeks it's not 5 1/2 days, but 6. I want my proper weekends back. Of course as long as the kids still have school on Fridays, there's no chance for that!

Mesina said...

What gorgeous pictures of your husband and daughter together! I love seeing great dad's, I love it when men release that soft side and just enjoy the love of children. And he cooks too! You are a very lucky lady!!
Your family is beautiful, you have every reason to be proud. xx

kwack17 said...

I can verify that Tibi knows how to cook. The meal that we ate at your place was delicious.

Alone in Holy Land said...

Thank you all for your comments!
Yes, I think I am lucky, and I thank God every day for that. As for my hubby, even if he wouldn't know how to fry an egg, I'd still love him, he's a special person...

Alone in Holy Land said...

Hevel, till now, I don't complain about the Twilight Watc...I read yesterday night until my eyes hurt and I was pleased. But it is still early days...