If I have a good reason to hate you then its this novel... Finishing the last pages your face kept showing in between the lines ... Where exactly do you wander that you always land on my Ideas?
That is it for now >> I might come back for feedback about other offers .
Another angel of Fawz-san's cake... Look at the cholcolate syrup ... Goddd It was delicious with that cinnamon flavour.. Fabulous.
Abeer-san : Brought Sheesh-Barak and Yalanji
Eman-san: Pasta salad and Horraa besbao
And Taymoor sensei's mother Sent us That Ohh-Myy-Godd Chesse-cake ... (you can see our lovely kekuchi sensei cutting the cheese cake in the picture below ).
The menu in Katakana :-)
we wrote it on the board
I wrote kobbe (cheating from the book obviously)
I guess everyone enjoyed the branch especially Kikuchi Sensei who is leaving Jordan in a few months... I wish she liked it over here as much as we enjoyed her company, her sweetness and her Japanese of course.
With this video am going to start a new trend: Whenever someone of my friends makes me proud ,am going to write about it ... call it bragging , showing off but its just something I have to do. And why not to brag when you feel blessed to know those whom you know?!
The star of this video is my russian-classmate Barina Abaza (the russian is the class not Barina)taking part (a very ince one indeed) in Adam of MBC 1 .
In this video she is performing "Kafa" dance along sides with Batter Abaza. Kafa is the first encounter beteween circassian guys and girls where decent body language takes the place of words and facial gestures. It depends on demostrating bravery and strength for guys , delicacy and softness for girls.
I could read on the lines of Barina's face chapters of a very deep and touchy caucasian story. I have seen the video like ten times now and I can never get enough...I believe that this is the dance that respects women the most , Where a man and a woman share equal parts of a dance while holding the especialty of each and holding respect to one another.
Barina am proud of you .. You got me there: The peak of a snowy mountain in Abkhazia where two lovers meet.
Being thoroughly involved in the deep experience of reading the elegant written novel "Memories of a Geisha" The word "Obi" just pushes me to the deepest thinking.. It has music and embraces myestry because a geisha will not keep anything between her kimono and Obi unless its one of two things: Either too important or too intemate.
I wonder -Being the backpack Fan I am- : What is the only thing I would keep close to my body if I got to wear a respectable Obi.. would it be your picture? ...
Being so %^&*#@ busy with my scholarship application I felt - and for the very first time in my life- that I am way too tierd that my soul is dizzy. Whenever I get this feeling I think of Japan.. it really Helps.
The boy is cute..The kimonos are just breathtaking.