Me . . . a party girl?

Yesterday was a busy day for me. It was my dear friend Alea's annual 21st birthday. We hold a party every year at our school and it was lots of fun, and lots of hard work. We had the students and guests participating in the activites. Games, dancing, all kinds of music and songs to sing along to.

At one point they had me dressed up in a Libyan costume and dancing. It was great fun and we all had a good time and lots of laughs.

Some of the pictures of the event are posted on the school's blog - go have a look: http://alea-english.blogspot.com

By the way.... if anyone has any pictures of me wearing the Libyan costume please email them to me. My camera's batteries ran out and I didn't get a picture.

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  1. ok I take a picture when you were wearing and it looks so beautiful, :)
    I had a nice evening after work.

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  2. Dude it looks like you guys had some fun. But what is an "Annual 21st Birthday party?"

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  3. Annual 21st Birthday is when you are 21 for a day, then you go back to being 20 again for the rest of the year and get to be 21 again for a day. Personally I'm gonna be 18 till I die - just like the song!

    A.Adam - email me those pics please - glad you had a nice time at the party :)

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  4. everyone seemed to have a great time..... teri you have a very handsome class..... ps happy mothers day

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  5. That looked like a fun party , can I be invited next time ? It also looked like the Libyans did not mind being photographed for once !!! cool

    I'm still 18 too and not even 21 yet ;)

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  6. Highlander - my birthday falls in the month of Ramadan this year so no birthday party for me. We always close the school for Ramadan, but the students asked if we could have a party before we break for Ramadan - so if we do that than you are welcome to join us.

    This party was interesting because I met two bloggers - Thea and A.Adam at the party as well as Youcef from ajdabiyaonline. It was a nice way to meet people!

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