Issue #12 - 2004

Articles in this issue

Features

Encounter on the B-11 by Eva Rosman
It should have been an ordinary bus ride on an ordinary day.

General Articles

A Keshet Moment...An Electrifying Moment by Todd Miller
The following is an e-mail sent to Flora Abramson

Mailbag

Letter 1 by Sara Devora Chrysler
Dear Sarah amush: Thank you for your uniquely special publication

Letter by Peri Fisher
Dear Suri: Just got a look at your latest issue

Letter 3 by Raizy Spitzer
Dearest Surika: Ever since you began publishing your famous magazine

Teens & Siblings

Letter 4 by Anonymous
Dear Mrs. Sander: I have a brother who has Down syndrome

Special Shimmy by Rechy Neiman - Age 12
One day a friend came over to me

Perspectives

Chicken Pox Are Normal by Chaya Tavin
It wasn't much of a surprise. His older brother had gotten over his chicken pox the week before.

What's In A Name? by Sarah Sander
Moishey is our second child.

Poetic License

Special poetry - A Feeble Cry by Esti Levitansky Rokowsky
A feeble cry shatters the still air

A Home - My Home by Shevy Spitz
A home is a house

Confrontation

I Wonder Why by Sarah Sander
I wonder why… Nobody would be so coarse To tell a feuding couple to divorce.

Different Situations by Hindy Feldman
Dear Sarah Sander: I enjoyed your latest magazine very much, especially the picture of your Bar Mitzvah son.

My Children Have Learned by Miriam Rabinowitz
When our son Shlomo was born, our other children were too young to understand the implications of being a sibling of a child with Down syndrome.

Let's Get Real by Sarah Sander
When an ultrasound during my fifth month of pregnancy indicated that I was carrying a healthy baby girl, I was ecstatic.

Tehilla by Mrs. Elky Siegfried
Our daughter Tehilla was born on December 1, 1993.

They'll take them by R.N.-Yerushalayim
If I were to know two years ago what lay in the future - I surely would not have believed it myself.