In the past 5 decades, Singapore has come really far. From a small island expelled from Malaysia in 1965, giving it an unwanted independence, it has become one of the world’s most successful countries in merely 52 years. If you sit and chat with the elderly, they will tell you about slums they used to… Continue reading Singapore – From my eyes II
Those who know me personally, know quite well that I love and respect Singapore a lot. Although I am not a citizen myself, I find myself defending Singapore every where I go and with every one I speak to. I first visited Singapore in 1995 as a tourist and while travelling back from Singapore I… Continue reading Singapore – From my eyes I
What an absurd title for a blog post…isn’t it? At least it might seem like it if you have read my posts seven years ago :p So anyway, I spoke with 2-3 of my friends from my blogging days and they all told me I should be blogging again. So Ithought about it and decided… Continue reading Meethi Tikya
Time flies. My little K is now a big girl. Over 3 years of age masha allah. potty trained. capable of proper conversations over manicure sessions. and now also big enough for school alhamdulilah. we did not look around too much for the school. all we needed was a preschool that will be good enough… Continue reading K will go to school
I find it really interesting when I read some of the questions by Muslims all around the world like, “Is nail polish allowed?” or “Can I wear heels?” or “Can I get my eye brows done?” and the best of all, “Can the color of my hijab/jilbab/abaya be other than black?” Oh well, arent we… Continue reading Confused?
I always hated the rains in Karachi because all they did was flooding the streets, converting them into city wide swimming pools, killed a few innocent people because they by mistake touched an electric pole and power failures for as long 15 hours. Now obviously this has nothing to do with rain itself but the… Continue reading Random Update
It actually makes me feel better that both Hira and Minerva are pretty much going through the same emotional transition as me even though we are living in 3 different countries in completely different circumstances. The only thing that we have in common is that we all got married last year. Being married changes pretty… Continue reading Getting back to normalcy