Dear Family and Friends,
The Greener and hyphenated families in Israel and the U.S. wish you all a belated Happy New Year 5782 and holiday season. We hope the New Year brings the beginning to a return to normalcy. Maybe we'll have to learn how to live, and live well, with the COVID and its mutant children. Maybe it will pass away as other hostile invaders have. Life goes on – and may your lives be blessed with health and security, a minimum of woe and a maximum of happy times.
This time there's no family report, sorry, but we hope to catch up later on. All adults and children are doing well, working and/or studying and/or retired.
However, here are a few recent photos so you can at least see us all.
May you all be signed and sealed for a Good Year!
לשנה טובה תכתבו ותחתו!
Ami and his girlfriend May on a recent camping trip in Pennsylvania.
Our family vacation on Kibbutz Ein Harod in August. Getting everybody together is no easy task
Even more difficult: Getting all the grandkids to sit together long enough for a photo.
From left: Amitai (12½), Maya (2½), Yadin (9), Lotan and Yahav (4)
Suits and ties required: Eitan, Dalit, Yahav (the redhead) and Lotan at a wedding.
Graduation Day for Amitai from elementary school, with proud parents Aharon and Melanie.
Twins, brothers, friends: Yahav and Lotan.
Back to school, September 2021: Amitai to seventh grade, Yadin to fourth grade, Maya to nursery