This photo is from south of Iraq ( a marsh).
Many things make me feel happy even though if they were simple, and right now, I really feel happy.
To see my people's eyes full of hope and happiness make me feel so happy.
This photo is from Mosul :)
Two days ago, I visited our neighbors, I have not visited them for about two years!!! yes, two years. My parents usually visit them, but I most of the time can be busy, so I don't go with them. I met their daughters, they are 26 and 27 years old ones, but I was able to talk to them, they are so sweet and we kept talking about differnt subjects, and things happened during the two years. while we were at theirs, another family came and later other two families, so the children stayed in one room , and the adults in other and the parents in other one. Their son's wife gave birth to a little baby, he is so cute, he is only 30 days old!!!! Soon, my mom remembered me when I was in his age and said " Oh, soleil, you have grwon up very quickly, my dear".
this photo is from Tikrit, an area in the north of Iraq.I stayed at the parents room for a while, and the main men's talking was about politics, and guess what?
They were five men, from different sects and religions ( different men gathered in Mosul), and the all kept praising the government and the last operation whose name was changed to Um Alrabeeayn ( mother of two springs), the all were happy for our continous victory against the terrorism, the all realize that there is no way to live happily without unity. The all realize that Iraqis should be united by Belonging to the same land, no matter if there were differences among tongues and religions and sects, we are all Iraqis. And together we can be strong.
The women talking was about politics too, and of coourse other issues I didn't get because I left the room.
The children kept playing together.
And I spent most of the time with the two lovely girls, they know a lot about computer and formatting, they promised me to teach me about computer, because computer is not of the very things that I like to do during my spare time, I prefer reading, writing , singing, , acting, listening to music, searching via the net about things i can be wondering about and lately new thing was added to the list, blogging and checking E-mails.
I was so happy to visit them, and then having a walk in my quarter after that.
The national guards inspected our home and they were so polite and calm, as soon as they knew that we are well- educated family after asking about my dad's name they said
" Oh, we are sorry, we admire such people of Iraq"
and began making jokes with each other kidding my little sister.
when they knew that mom and dad work in the same spot, they said " so you married her after love relationship, mmmm, love.. love..love", my dad turned very shy, really, his face was red to his ears.
Thank God, we finished the crfew safely.
And to be mentioned that the bacaloria of the sixth class was postponed to 26/ 6.
I wish luck for all the students.
May the ways be blessed..
I called my aunt who lives in Baghdad ( I have not called her for a long time), she began blaming me why I don't call her always, and I told her that I didn't have the time but the last days, I was too busy with school ,and I'm still busy with my study. Then aunt kept wishing me luck.
She was in Alkadhum Market, a very famoust market in Baghdad, she was doing shopping so I needed to end the calling soon.
I love Baghdad so much and always wait to visit it and always watch the news ( although I hate that so much because I dislike politics) to see a views from it, and to make sure that everything is getteing better, I look forward to live that day in Baghdad when I'll be able to meet all my friends there, a safe beautiful city without violence.
I started studying after the rest time, it is the first step on my real way, and the last step in school mention. I hope the next will be bright.for me and for everyone else.