The messed up sleeping pattern, the continuous thobe wearing, Taraweeh prayers, and the fact that my family was force-feeding me throughout the month – It’s over. Yes, Ramadan is over and so are the loud, joyful family gatherings, late night Ghabgas, last minute water consuming, and endless complaints about the holy month.
I personally don’t have anything against Ramadan. As hard to believe as that sounds, I don’t. I mean it literally was filled with good news, a lot of time spent on jogging, shopping sprees that lasted hours, family gatherings, and a lot of intimate time with family, friends, and loved ones. Despite all of that, the daily routine is what got to me – Rarely do I function with planned days that are repetitive, hence my hate towards school – let’s take a moment and thank god that I graduated this June….
- T H I S I S T H E P A R T W H E R E Y O U I G N O R E M Y R E Q U E S T A N D C A R R Y O N R E A D I N G –
Oh, Eid Mubarak to all my readers & followers - I apologize for not mentioning that earlier.
I hope that your last minute shopping trips managed to offer the item you’re so fabulously wearing today, and may I say that you all look dashing, and dapper. As for me, I was in the usual Thoub and qetra ensemble, with Givenchy cufflinks, and a traditional Arab Zbariya slipper, all Arab – hard to believe right?
Spending the day visiting friends, family, and close relatives, I can say that if you gave me a dinar for every person I’ve kissed and shaked hands with, I’d probably be able to afford a Givenchy piece (Sighs). It’s always good to see family, I literally can’t complain…. Even if I wanted to I couldn’t.
Anyways, to keep this post short and precise (LOL – stares at the paragraphs I wrote above) I just wanted to wish you all a Happy Eid and may it bring happiness and joy into all your days, and non-fasting lives…. (Bites off a piece of خُبز و جبن)