cooler weather has arrived

It's finally starting to feel like winter here. It's been raining on and off for the past few days and the nights are cold enough now that you have to close the windows and use a blanket. - my favourite kind of weather!

The banging upstairs continues. Yesterday I hung out 4 loads of laundry and then heard the doorbell ring. It was the guy from upstairs asking if I would move the laundry because they were going to be working on the balcony above it and didn't want to get cement on my newly laundered clothing. . . . They never bothered to tell me this last week when they were working on the balcony over my car. I came out and found spots and splashes of cement all over it. Thank God for the rain - it washed most of it off the car and there wasn't any damage. I do wish all the renovating would finish... the noise, the dust and the inconvenience are driving me mad. Now I've got a house full of damp laundry, hanging over every available surface.

This will be the day visitors arrive...

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  1. Did visitors arrive :P you have to tell us all about it ....

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  2. No visitors arrived...I took the precaution of disconnecting the doorbell!

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  3. Teri,

    I love your sense of humor :-)

    Sharon (who asked you about g-pages and uploading word docs today)

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  4. Dear Mrs Terri....salam
    pls email me with your school's address for my students. They keep asking me for a good english language school. I am new in libya and don't know my way around yet.
    keep blogging, I am like ur husband adicted but 2 ur blogs.
    my email address is euroccl@yahoo.co.uk
    wa assalam

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  5. Assalamo Alikum,
    Khadija thank you so much for your blog, I always enjoy reading your posts. I’ve always wanted to ask if you have ever taken any professional photography courses? The quality of work you post is amazing; you should consider publishing your work. Please keep up the good work.
    from Beacon (http://tripolinights.blogspot.com/)

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  6. Over the years I have had conversations with people that just can't believe that people wear wool in "Africa". I can remember waiting at the bus stop before dark and freezing!!

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  7. Thanks Beacon - I've never had any training in photography. I do enjoy art and graphic design. You can see some of my designs in the gallery of my website: http://www.khadijateri.com

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