“Are you the Abigail Pickus who writes the singles’ column for the Jewish Week?”
Which is another way of saying, Yes I am!
Which is yet another way of saying, here I was at a party in Tel Aviv, nestled on the couch next to some girlfriends when all of a sudden who approaches but a fan?
Fans, actually, because there were two of them. A husband and wife team.
Which is all another way of saying, I practically threw myself into their arms, weeping with joy.
I didn’t even know anyone was reading me.
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