Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Greetings from the Mid East

Last month My daughter traveled to Poland and Israel with her youth group  — and some 10,000 other teens from around the world — on a trip called The March of the Living.

This trip is for Jewish teens around the world to spend a week in Poland visiting the Death Camps and marching from Auschwitz to Birkenau on Holocaust Rememberance Day, then traveling to Israel for a week and spending Independence day there.

While she was in Israel she acquired for me a Spider-Man watch and a bar of Spidey Israeli chocolate.

How cool is that?

Unfortunately, I’m now presented with something of an impossible decision — do I preserve the chocolate for all times never eating it because it is “Spidey” chocolate, or do I (carefully) open the package and eat the candy, saving only the box in which it came...

Nope, not such a hard choice. I ate the chocolate.

***** UPDATE *****UPDATE *****UPDATE *****UPDATE *****UPDATE *****

Well, I finally got around to opening up the Israeli chocolate, and — much to my surprise — the candy itself was wrapped in Spidey wrapping. Cool, eh?

Thanks, again, Kayla!

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