When Dalia Rosenfeld’s mother died, a bright lit up her room. Years later, she’s still trying to recapture some of her glow.
When Dalia Rosenfeld’s son was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, she bought him an exercise bicycle to help bring his blood sugar level down. But a move to Israel offered a less conventional cure.
A day of family fun with lizards in a Tel Aviv park is interrupted by rocket sirens. Dalia Rosenfeld writes that such disturbances of everyday life have themselves become commonplace.