Today, Exhibit One  flies back to Israel for three weeks.
In May, she and Exhibit Two went there for the first time as part of a 10-day Taglit-Birthright Israel program. 
Exhibit One is returning to the Holy Land with the Aish HaTorah Jerusalem Fellowships.  As part of the Jerusalem Fellowships program, she will be spending most of her time in Jerusalem and making day trips and overnight tours from there.
Their website says, “Jerusalem Fellowships uniquely mixes the adventure and fun of touring Israel with the inspiration and meaning of learning about Judaism.” I spoke on the phone with one of the organizers, Rabbi Greiniman in Ottawa, and was confident that Exhibit One would be offered an enriching and inspiring progam. He sounded like a really nice guy. I found out he was a acquaintence of my dear friends… the owners and operators of the posh, exclusive Château Burke, deep in The Heart of the Old World. 
I know her first visit to Israel made a powerful and profound impression on Exhibit One. G-d willing, this next trip will help deepen and strengthen her connection to Israel, Judaism and the Jewish people.
I hope she has a wonderful trip and a very meaningful, inspirational and positive experience.
Come back safe and sound, sweetie. I miss you. I love you.
 Exhibit One is my 21 year old daughter. Exhibit Two is my 19 year old son. They are referred to, collectively, as the Kiddie-Winkers.
 When Exhibit One told me that the program was being run by Aish HaTorah, I was immediately thrilled and excited and she had my full support. Aish HaTorah is a wonderful organization committed to continuing Jewish education. There are two Aish HaTorah Orthodox synagogues in Toronto.
 The Burkes are the kind, generous, hospitable couple with whom I stay when I visit the section of Jewish Toronto just west of Bathurst between Lawrence and Wilson, aka The Heart of the Old World. The home in which they live, along with their bearded collie Shimshi, I refer to as Château Burke. More on this in a future bl*g.