I’ve been pretty quiet for a couple months because a lot has happened. The biggest event in our lives was our son’s wedding! I didn’t bring a big camera with me to the wedding, so most of these photos were taken by a coworker.
Other stuff was work-related: on Nov. 2, my birthday according to the civil calendar, I was laid off at work. Three days later, on my Hebrew birthday, my layoff was cancelled. In a nutshell: My boss and his boss fought for to keep me.
Binyamin standing between the fathers (taken with my smartphone).
Binyamin with his grandmother, aunt, and cousin (also taken with my smartphone).
The bride, Ayala, on her way to the chuppah. She’s a lovely girl and we’re very pleased with the match.
She comes from a very large family. She is the youngest of 8, and her 7 siblings are all married with children. We think that’s a very good thing, because if anything were to happen to us, Binyamin would still have family in the country.
The hall, Eretz Kedem, was gorgeous. It’s in the middle of nowhere–Park Britannia in the Beit Shemesh region (taken with my smartphone).
Near the end of the evening my son sang with the band. Photo taken with my smartphone.
The chuppah was mobbed with friends and relatives. I briefly contemplated climbing over the barrier, but it was a bit high, my coworker was there with his camera, and I didn’t want to ruin the dress….