Suddenly, we could hear the sound of glass breaking.
The sounds on the streets that came wafting through the windows didn’t feel okay at all
“There’s something going on,” Elka said to me the minute Miriam had closed the door behind her. “I feel it, Dovid. I’m scared”
Donkeys and goats, Jews and Arabs mingled in the streets, but I was no longer fazed
I was comforted to know that our cousins, at least, were all okay
All I wanted was to know the special news that Mama had. “No, Mama,” I burst out, “tell me. What’s so exciting? Tell me!”