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Esti Rosen Snukal

Esti Rosen Snukal is an experienced special-ed teacher turned chocolatier. She is a mom of 4 boys and adopted mom of a Lone Israeli Soldier. Esti made Aliya with her husband Hershey 4 years ago from Teaneck to Chashmonayim and has documented many of her Israeli adventures and highlights on her Facebook page. Esti can be reached at [email protected].

Articles by Esti Rosen Snukal

And You Will Tell Your Children

והגדת לבנך And you will tell your children: Once we were slaves in a strange land. We were beaten and starved, forced to work until

The Upside Down Blues

There once was a Place All golden and new Where down became up And false became true.   The trees weren’t greeny Nor the clouds

Lost and Found

I’ve lost some little bits of me along the way. And found some new parts to mend the gaps. I’ve picked up some much needed

Let There Be Light

I’m almost positive that I met a real-life angel yesterday. You can laugh and think that’s adorable. It won’t be the first time someone has

To All Our Maccabee Warriors

To all our Maccabee warriors Out there in the big blue-grey world Rest your shield and your gauntlet If only for just a moment Rise

Giving Thanks in the Holy Land

I just ordered my turkey for Thanksgiving from my butcher Moshe in Modiin: 7.5 kilos of greasy, salty yumminess. I’ve been counting down to this

On the Wings of Eagles

On the wings of eagles you soar Over brown suede mountains and sapphire oceans deep. Over emerald studded pastures and fields of lavender and sage

If I Met Queen Esther

If I met Queen Esther the day before Purim Walking along a dusty cobblestone path in the bright light of the crescent moon, All the

Great Expectations

Sometimes our best and most memorable experiences are the ones we never expected, the ones we just never saw coming. I definitely have had my

Ho Ho Home Is Where the Heart Is

Let’s face it. We got the short end of the stick in the Chanukah holiday music department. “I have a little Dreidel” cannot even show its