Is it that time of the year?

School... does it start tomorrow or not? That's the latest question.

My kids are ready to go. School clothes, backpacks, pens, pencils, notebooks are all waiting to be used. I will be soooo happy to see the kids off to school. This has been one hell of a loooooong summer!

Tomorrow morning the kids will be groggy and complaining since they have been in the habit of staying up half the night (or more). I will have to go back into my roll of bus driver once again.

I hope school starts tomorrow... Please let it start tomorrow...please, oh pretty please!

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  1. Where'd you get all these beautiful items?
    We used to buy them during trips to Malta @ Paris.
    Thanks to the lifting of the sanctions, you don't need to travel far or order by catalog!

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  2. Will that mean I can chat over the net without all the noise?

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  3. Kris - We can chat without noise!!! My house is so quiet I can hear a pin drop! This hasn't happened in years and years!!!! Is this heaven????

    Red - they have EVERYTHING here now. - thank God!

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  4. God I missed what you called "Libyans’ rule eating sitting on the floor in the sitting room", that is a part of our deep and rich culture, without it we are not Libyans, I wish I can do that for a day or two. Ramadan is great at home, here the azan is around 7:02, my wife still at work or in her way home my oldest child in collage 4 hours away so it is only my youngest one and I around the Ramadan dinner table, frankly it is very unexciting, and boring we do however go to the Masjed at less once a week, we would love to go every day but the Masjed is almost 40 miles away, with gas prize is way over $3.00 per gallons it is a bit expansive to go every night.
    Ramadan Mubarak everyone

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  5. God I missed what you called "Libyans’ rule eating sitting on the floor in the sitting room", that is a part of our deep and rich culture, without it we are not Libyans, I wish I can do that for a day or two. Ramadan is great at home, here the azan is around 7:02, my wife still at work or in her way home my oldest child in collage 4 hours away so it is only my youngest one and I around the Ramadan dinner table, frankly it is very unexciting, and boring we do however go to the Masjed at less once a week, we would love to go every day but the Masjed is almost 40 miles away, with gas prize is way over $3.00 per gallons it is a bit expansive to go every night.
    After eating we also watch television. We normally stay away from so called prim time shows which often interrupted by some kind of speech from Washington, we almost always watch the NGC or TLC and when available the Libyan channel over the internet or some of the show on You tube like this one from “the al-lebeya” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sh5akXS_EzE

    Ramadan Mubarak everyone

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