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From WAG to blogger to designer: fashion's new normal

Move over Victoria Beckham, there is a new WAG on the fashion block. Winonah de Jong, wife of AC Milan's Dutch midfielder Nigel de Jong, says she is realizing a “little girl's dream” after making the leap from blogging about fashion to designing her

Why Is Saudi Arabia Heading a UN Human Rights Council Panel?

Ensaf Haidar, whose husband Raif Badawi has been sentenced to 1,000 lashes for blogging about free speech in Saudi Arabia, said the appointment would in effect give “a green light to start flogging [Badawi] again.” Others have blamed the power of oil 

Jessica Garland-Blake: An Irish Blogger to Discover

When I first moved here, I was working at my restaurant job and I served a table of beautiful Arab ladies, who were visiting London from Kuwait. They were immaculately dressed and just the most exotic creatures I had ever seen. They had these head

5 year blogging anniversary (along with some reflections prior to the statistics)

Source: The Journey is an Adventure; I am an Alien

How often do you miss your anniversary. Well, My 5 year blogging anniversary was September 3rd. I missed it. I didn't really "miss" it. I knew it was a reality. But I wasn't able to take my yearly moment to acknowledge it. In fact, I'm later this year than I was last year. Last year I posted on 9/17. This year it's later than that. I like to do a 'looking-back-over-the-past-year post' each year. Without looking at the statistics, I don't think I've written as much this past year. [In fact, the blog shows that in 2013 I wrote 130 posts total, in 2014 I wrote 91 posts total and so far this year in 2015 I've written 38 posts. ] My focus was on finishing seminary last year and it was my hardest year ever with Hebrew studies, a J-term (though not new to me), and a full load in the Spring time (first time ever). Added to my studies this past year, I went through the journey of Provisional Elder in the United Methodist Church. That meant that I was working on paperwork in the fall, preparing bible study materials and a sermon, and preparing for the interview in the new year. Somehow, someway, I made it through all that stuff last year. With my first appointment being a parish appointment of three churches in three different communities, I am in learning mode quite a bit. I am blessed to have a co-pastor in this appointment who knows the ropes and together with the laity leadership we are seeking God's guidance for our parish and individual churches. But I don't have much time to reflect, much less, simply "be still". Then, I move on. I say all this as an introduction (or rather an excuse as to why I haven't been blogging). When I started this journey in 2010, I did so because of a nudging from the Holy Spirit. It was to get out the things inside me spiritually and to share with others on the journey. Even though I haven't always been able to make the time to write due to life's other responsibilities, I continue to blog for the same reasons today-- it is part of my spiritual journey and the nudging to share is still here. Thank you for sharing this journey with me. It is a blessing to share in conversation with those who leave comments along the way. I welcome dialogue on the journey and would like to hear about your journey. Blessings on your journey,. ----------------------------------------------------------. Now, let's get on to the 5 year blogging anniversary statistics. As I have done with the other yearly reviews, I will share the countries that have visited my site, the top ten countries overall, the numbers for the monthly readership for the past year, and the top 10 posts overall. Over the past year, the monthly readership hits (according to the stats chart) has been:. September 2014. 3086. October 2014. 2833. November 2014. 1508. December 2014. 1790. January 2015. 2582. February 2015. 1972. March 2015. 1885. April 2015. 2275. May 2015. 1944. June 2015. 1856. July 2015. 2181. August 2015. 1771. September 2015.... TOP TEN COUNTRIES OVERALL : (Numbers reflect hits since last year where I was able to compare. United States 56,878 (14,016). Germany 12,060 (780). Russia 8,987 (3,373). France 3,039 (1,464). United Kingdom 1,476 (155). China 1,066 (54). Canada 914 (100). Poland 613 (78). Italy 512. Based on the comparisons from last year, the United... TOP TEN POSTS (overall) : (Numbers reflect hits since blog was posted. not solely past year). Some notes from two chapters in Conversion in the Wesleyan Tradition (May 7, 2013) [9846]. Thoughts and quotes from Jesus Calling over the last few days and weeks (November 24, 2011) [2462]. Academy #32 Tú has venido a la orilla / Lord, You Have... Methodist Children's Home of Costa Rica (August 6, 2012) [466]. Journey Inward, Journey Outward by Elizabeth O'Connor.

Him, Me, Muhammad Ali

Him, Me, Muhammad Ali

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In her first story collection, Jarrar employs a particular, rather than rhetorical approach to race and gender. Thus we have "How Can I Be of Use to You," with its complicated relationship between a distinguished Egyptian feminist and her young intern, demonstrating that gender politics are never straightforward, and both generationsold and newtake advantage of each other. There's also a healthy dose of magic surrealism, as in the wild and witty story "Zelda the Halfie" which follows a breed of half Ibexes/half humans and their various tribulations. The writing is peppered with gorgeous imagery: a moon reflected in an ice cream scoop, breath that runs ahead of its body, and two apartments in a high rise whose tenants precisely mirror each other. Randa Jarrar is the author of a highly successful novel, A Map of Home, which received an Arab-American Book Award and was named one of the best novels of 2008 by theBarnes & Noble Review. She grew up in Kuwait and Egypt, and moved to the United States after the first Gulf War. Her work has appeared in theNew York Times Magazine, the Utne Reader, Salon.com, Guernica, theRumpus, the Oxford American, Ploughshares, and more. She blogs for Salon, and lives in California.


A Map of Home

A Map of Home

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From America to the Middle East and back again? the sparkling story of one girl?s childhood, by an exciting new voice in literary fictionIn this fresh, funny, and fearless debut novel, Randa Jarrar chronicles the coming-of-age of Nidali, one of the most unique and irrepressible narrators in contemporary fiction. Born in 1970s Boston to an Egyptian-Greek mother and a Palestinian father, the rebellious Nidali?whose name is a feminization of the word? struggle soon moves to a very different life in Kuwait. There the family leads a mildly eccentric middle-class existence until the Iraqi invasion drives them first to Egypt and then to Texas. This critically acclaimed debut novel is set to capture the hearts of everyone who has ever wondered what their own map of home might look like. Read Randa Jarrar's posts on the Penguin Blog.


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Playing Doctor
Playing Doctor
Published by University of Michigan Press 2015
ISBN 9780472034277,0472034278
451 pages

Playing Doctor is an engaging and highly perceptive history of the medical TV series from its inception to the present day. Turow offers an inside look at the creation of iconic doctor shows as well as a detailed history of the programs, an analysis of changing public perceptions of doctors and medicine, and an insightful commentary on how medical dramas have both exploited and shaped these perceptions. Originally published in 1989 and drawing on extensive interviews with creators, directors, and producers, Playing Doctor immediately became a classic in the field of communications studies. This expanded edition includes a new introduction placing the book in the contemporary context of the health care crisis, as well as new chapters covering the intervening twenty years of television...



Gender and Politics in Kuwait
Gender and Politics in Kuwait
Published by I.B.Tauris 2013
ISBN 9781780763064,1780763069
362 pages

The role of women in politics in the Gulf is a much-debated and often little-understood subject in the West. In Gender and Politics in Kuwait the author sheds new light on the struggle of Kuwaiti women for political participation, examining both the positions women hold in society and politics, and the discourses surrounding feminism and civil rights. He charts the history of women and their contribution to the Kuwaiti state, from independence and the writing of the constitution in the 1960s, through the Iraqi occupation in 1990, to the struggle for the right to vote and stand for election in the twenty-first century. Drawing on the experiences of women in a range of roles in Kuwaiti society, including government, education, employment, civil society and the media, this is a...



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Cooking recipes

Kuwaiti Traditional Tea
Ingredients:cardamom, saffron, tea bag, water, sugar

Shrimp And Scallop Tart Recipe
Ingredients:basil, baguette, butter, chives, eggs, garlic, water, onions, parmesan cheese, pastry, sea scallops, shrimp, thyme, tomato

Ultimate Reeces Peanut Butter Banana Bread Recipe
Ingredients:milk, banana, peanut butter, vanilla pudding mix, peanut butter, powdered sugar, sugar, flour, eggs, salt, cinnamon, baking soda, peanut butter

Wild Mushroom And Fennel Risotto Recipe
Ingredients:butter, olive oil, chicken broth, onions, fennel bulb, parmesan cheese, garlic, white wine

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The Gulf states should do more for Syrian refugees
09/30/15, via Brookings

As a possible modest and short-medium term solution, the GCC could provide temporary housing such as the kind provided to the Bedoon or stateless communities, which comprise a notable part of the populations of countries, such as Kuwait. These housing ...

Dear Israel, America is just not that into you
09/29/15, via The Times of Israel

Kuwait, Morocco, Pakistan, Tunisia; in the Americas, Argentina; and in South Asia: Afghanistan and Thailand. Israel is in this category of ‘major non-NATO allies’, which opens up certain categories of military and security assistance. Without a ...

Dinner with Saddam not on Iraqi menus
09/30/15, via Al JAZEERA

Now we live in a world of endless terror. " The evidence of Saddam's brutality against those that opposed him and his war with Iran and the invasion of Kuwait has been well documented. His regime is remembered for that brutality. Iraqi people have open ...

The Military Channel
The Military Channel

Cinematography destination! Reno is a popular venue for filmmakers. Earlier this year, actress, Helen Mirren, was in town to shoot scenes from her upcoming movie. Recently, a Toronto based company began filming a segment on the restoration of a Russian BMP (Tank) for the Military Channel in Palomino Valley, 30 miles north of Reno. The tank is unique in that it was captured from the Iraqis in Kuwait during Desert Storm. - Lizz Stanley

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Vacation 2006
Vacation 2006

and readers :) Readings for the day after tomorrow: "Life goes on.." by yours truly (02-08-2005) "تذكرت!؟" by Kila ma6goog (11-05-2006) ربما حطمتم أبوابنا ربما روعتم أطفالنا ربما هدمتم البيت الكويتي جدارا فجدارا غير أنّـا سوف نبقى مثلما الأشجار تبقى مثلما الأنهار والغابات والوديان والأنجم تبقى مثلما حرية الإنسان.. تبقى سعاد الصباح إيه يا سعاد... وهل يحس بالنار من لم يكتوي بها؟ ولم يفقد قريبا أو صديقا أو وطن ولو ليوم... لشهر... أو سنين؟ آه يا لبنان... يا قانا يا غزة... يا فلسطين Free Kuwait.... Lebanon & Palestine!

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