Alhumdulillah means “All Praise is due to God” and are the words uttered by a Muslim when he/she is expressing gratitude to Allah. I find myself saying this numerous times a day and this post is a collection of moments when I have said Alhumdulillah during the past month.
Things I said Alhumdulillah for in October:
Mr Z is away once again for a business trip, this time to Kuwait. This is his third business trip so far this year, and I thought I would jot down a few thoughts I have on the matter. Continue reading
On Tuesday evening, Mr Z, Baby Z and I headed off to a belated anniversary meal at Al Waha, Taj Palace Hotel (now renamed Jood Palace Hotel). Below, I share with you a few photographs of the wonderful night that we had. Al Waha restaurant was hosting a sea food night on that particular day, and my husband booked it in the hope that there would still be some chicken or beef being served, since he is not too keen on sea food. There wasn’t of course.
I, on the other hand, a lover of seafood, was in absolute heaven.
It is my 23rd Birthday today (Whoop whoop!), and since I started blogging a couple of months ago, I thought it would be a great idea to capture the place I am at in my life right now, in the form of a letter, and address it to myself ten years on. So here goes!
If you’re a parent, you will know that nap times are the holy grail of a parent’s sanity. It is a time, whether it be an hour or four, when you can function as an individual in whatever way you wish. Just imagine! A truly treasured time, which can be short lived if any of these rivals decide to show up, and my oh my what horrors they are for parents is simply indescribable. Continue reading
Before Baby Z came along, me and hubby would go on endless date nights, trying out new places and yummy cuisines, without any care in the world. Fast forward to now when we have an eleven month old, date nights are something of a luxury.