Mars & Deborah 3:
As Deborah went to the departure hall to fly out of Adelaide I knew that the next few months were going to drag on slowly and that I would miss her like crazy. I just didnt want her to go but that was the reality of the situation. When she got back...
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She's From:   Israel
He's From:     United Kingdom

Well, David and I are three weeks away from the big day.. when he will be moving here...

I have rented our new house already, and he has quit his job of 8 years.

  Liz and David at their wedding in Cyprus
 

It's been a big big move for my sweety, from a small town in Northern England, here to Jerusalem. About mid November, we will be travelling to Cyprus to get married (we can't get married here, because i am Jewish and he is Christian, please don't get me started on how i feel about that little rule (grrrrr,,, half my countrymen would agree with me!) after, we'll have a party here for the whole gang, and my two little ladies (who are counting the moments till he arrives). In December, well have a "do" in England, as well, for his family.

Well, you know all the trouble we've been having here in Israel lately, (thank God its settling down now)..

 

 



   

 

 
       
  But David remains un-fazed... no war will stop him from being here... now, is that a man , or what? I feel like I have been given such a precious and special gift,, the chance to start life over with a partner I love so much, words fail me.... un-believable!

We now call each other every day for two hours, instead of getting on line (we don't have patience for typing anymore,, and one look at my amazing typing skills will show you why..lol) and a lot of the talk is about silly coupley things like what things we need for our new home, etc, its wonderful. With all the money we spent on phone calls and Manchester- Tel-aviv - Tel aviv- Manchester plane tickets (7 to date), we could buy Buckingham palace already, so good job well soon be together full time! 

We will have a lot of challenges ahead, David needs to learn the language, get a new job here, adjust to a new culture, etc.. but as long as we have that fantastic event of going to sleep together every night, and waking up together every morning to start the day together, we can handle anything that life throws at us. ...and the fact that we get BBC prime and sky news on cable will help.. lol (oh, and Cadbury chockies.)

Well I'm a soppy one, but life for the past year and a half since i started " chatting" with my David, even with all the hard stuff, (acrimonius divorce, missing each other so much , etc.) has been the most exciting, beautiful, and meaningful period that I've ever had.

So, like we say in Hebrew, wish us luck to 120 years!

"Liz"

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