37 hours in the same clothes

Um, should I not be proud of this? Admittedly I could have changed once I finally arrived at my parents’ home in Jerusalem following my long trip from Vancouver, B.C., but maybe I’m thinking that this record will finally make the cool kids like me. (Do you?) And I also suppose that I have found better things to do with my time – like eating my mom’s amazing dinner and hanging out with my family and then falling asleep for four hours – than actually, well, change.

Yes, I slept in my clothes. They’re really starting to grow on me, maybe literally.

And forget about showering! I mean, Israel, for a few years now, has not had close to enough rain. This is a very serious issue in Israel and when I am here I try to minimize my water usage. Even in Vancouver I try somewhat to minimize my water usage by only taking a shower once every two weeks or so but here, I suppose I’m considering holding out until I get back to B.C., one of the rain capitals of the world. It’s only three weeks anyway.

OK, I am wondering if people are able to decifer truth from strange lies here.

Anyway, so here I am in the same jeans, t-shirt and sweater that I was wearing at 5am, Tuesday, Vancouver time.

OK, I’ll end this strange post here. But don’t worry! There’s more where that came from!


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  1. hey there all i was just reading up on water shortage crises and mobile water units and i couldnt find anything anywhere in the world and i found this website http://www.geneco2009.com a small engineering company in new zealand? and it displays products they sell and theyve got listed desalination units? i enquired about these units and they can make them biger and to order and they claim they can produce 1 litre of fresh clean h2o out of salt water pond, lake, river water e.t.c for 0.0015 cents USD. i mean isnt that cheap? or is there anything out there more economical then these advertised units? could someone maybe whos researched this let me no?

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