Daya, where is Kurdistan?

My son, Yad, not even three yet, has recently grown an interest in countries. It's the phase. I go with the flow and since he is interested in whatever it is, I try to give him little information here and there. Last week he got a train, placed it on the table, and began to … Continue reading Daya, where is Kurdistan?

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280 days of thoughts…

Been a while. I know. Nine months ago, when I found out about news that was supposed to make me the happiest, it was some of the worst days of Kurdish politics in recent years. Iraqi army was literally taking over the Region. Socially, economically and even politically things were breaking apart.... That evening images … Continue reading 280 days of thoughts…

The new trend to giving birth

Loyal reader, One of the biggest experiences in my life. No. Hang on. Correction: The biggest experience of my life so far has been the birth of my son. Mentally, physically, emotionally and in every other way. It was huge. I still recall one of the first gynecological appoints I had, the doctor bluntly told … Continue reading The new trend to giving birth

Kurdistan inspired greeting cards, made with love!

Loyal reader... I have always loved cards. When I visit London I can spend hours in gift shops looking through cards and picking them out to people I know. I love receiving them, giving them, keeping them. I guess it comes from a deeper love to handwritten letters. My sister-in-law is a winner for giving … Continue reading Kurdistan inspired greeting cards, made with love!

A Thursday Thought- on a Tuesday!

Loyal reader, It’s raining. It smells like rain. The past week has been a blessing sent to us from the sky with almost nonstop raindrops—I feel like we are given a big hug while being told things aren’t that bad. You know, I probably don’t need to tell you but things are… not perfect these … Continue reading A Thursday Thought- on a Tuesday!

Kurdistan’s next big killer!

Loyal reader, It is not a genocide that will kill Kurds, nor is it Baghdad or any other neighbouring country. It is not chemical weapons that might destroy our future generation and trust me, not terrorists either. Our youth, girls and boys equally, are at risk of being killed by one thing: Tobacco (oh, and … Continue reading Kurdistan’s next big killer!

2017 and 2018 Q&A

The last day of the year!! WOW!! and Phew!! The year in three words Stressful, emotional and very political. Though with a few personal matters arising I did (at some point) step back a little when I needed to. Best Dates In the toughest days of the year where the country was going through the … Continue reading 2017 and 2018 Q&A