This morning Adam presented me with a beautiful magnolia while I was having breakfast...sigh.. I'm getting ready to head for 'home'. Trying to squish as much as I can in a suitcase and not be over the weight limit is almost as difficult as trying to thread a sewing needle with a piece of yarn!
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
It's been nearly a month since I've been anywhere in the vicinity of an open can of tuna. I haven't eaten anything even remotely resembling Libyan food. And guess what?
I don't miss it one bit! There are a lot of things that I love about Libya and I miss when I am away... but I don't think I could ever miss Libyan food!
There are lot's of Libyans that live abroad... What do you miss most?
Monday, May 25, 2009
Ibrahim and I went with my mom and my nephew Jeremiah to the cemetary to visit my dad's grave. Then we stopped at the park and ate peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. It was the first time I've had a chance to see the cemetary on Memorial Day - the only day of the year that the flags are displayed on each of the veteran's graves. There were thousands of flags!
Friday, May 22, 2009
Thursday, May 14, 2009
Thanks to all who offered their condolences and well wishes. I'm with my family in sunny (and hot and humid) Florida. The birds sing, the flowers bloom, the sun rises and sets, and life goes on. I'm going to try to relax and enjoy the rest of my time here. I'll be back soon.
Sunset on the beach two days ago.
Ibrahim feeding the seagulls.
Palmetto and oak trees with moss.
I want to share the link to a small article put out yesterday on the BBC website titled 'The Libyans Blogging for Change' which inc...
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