Monthly Archives: July 2011

A totally unusual day

It was a usual Seattle morning for most people, but not for our family. The sky were grey, and it was a little cool, as we took three of our kids, one little dog and tons of luggage and drove … Continue reading

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This comfi old fence

It is a beautiful Wednesday night in Seattle area. I love summers here, it is the best season. The sun is shining still at 8:00 pm. Everything around is green and beautiful. I even have nice herbs at my backyard  for tea, … Continue reading

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Will I see you there?

Next week I am invited to give a lecture about my book, Daughters of Iraq, in Berkeley. Giving a lecture always makes me very nervous, and I always think about people who are performing in front of millions of people. … Continue reading

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