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Q: Which three places would you love to visit?
Leah: I once asked a frequent flyer who’s visited 90 percent of the world, “Where is the most exciting place in the world?” and she said, “Somewhere one has never been.” So for me, three places I’ve never been to would be Hong Kong, South Africa, and Australia. Obviously all three places have kosher restaurants ????
Renee: Greece (sooo doable!), the Maldives (so far!! ugh. But so gorgeous) and once I’m already on that side of the globe might as well visit Thailand. Sounds so easy. It’s fun to dream!
Shaindy: Right now traveling is not on my agenda…but one day I would love to tour the world. Israel would still be my top location—but for a few months stay—to actually experience the life. Australia has always been of interest, and China should be interesting.
Victoria: Honestly? I really just rather stay home.
Esti: It’s hard to just choose three. I really want to go to Italy—but more of the countryside than the cities. One day, I WILL take that short flight from Israel to Greece. And I think Scotland must be absolutely breathtaking to photograph. All that green…
Q: What’s something new you’d love to learn?
Shaindy: I love lettering. I recently got a thank you note from someone with the most gorgeous handwriting and I am so tempted to put myself through some handwriting lessons and start putting pen to paper again.
Renee: I’d love to learn how to make my own pottery and ceramics. I tried once with Esti, we took a class. It was fun but basic. I wish I had more time to go into it and create my own dishes and props.
Victoria: All the classic mussar sefarim, because it’s all very relevant to women. Of course, we’ve learned parts here and parts there, but I’d like to know everything that’s in them. And the 39 melachot. Of course this isn’t new but there’s a lot of little details that we think we know that we might not know. I’d like to feel more secure in that knowledge.
Leah: I’d love to be a photographer but since I tried and I don’t have much talent or perhaps it’s the patience to practice. It’s going to stay as a wish, for now.
Esti: I was also going to say pottery like Renee did, but she stole that one so I’ll do something more serious. I’d love to learn to compartmentalize better. In this age of multi-tasking, I feel like I’m always doing a few things at once and not giving my full attention to any one thing. I want to learn how to focus better on one task fully and then switch to the next on a dime.