Thursday, February 22: Ayesha and me after recording a special ‘Loving Kuwait’ episode for the February 25/26 National Day celebrations.
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Later that day our way to the desert; it looked like Desert Storm.
My grandma Mama Fatma and me, cozy in a desert gazebo.
This is my sister Yasmine, mom, dad and me. I think they were pleasantly surprised to see their daughters at the campsite.
My grandma’s in there somewhere.
Getting the fire stoked for a late night barbecue. We left before dinner was served (at midnight!).
Friday morning, feeling peaceful and content. For some reason I had a surge of optimism that led to nothing.
This morning I went with Khaldoun and Tareq, Jamie and her daughters Safyre and Sabel to the beach.
I love the color of moss. I looked at these and pretended they were giant cliffs forming parts of the coast of England.
Sometimes I wish i could shrink a little.
Jamie watches peacefully over the kids.
Is the park trying to tell me something?
Building an ‘airplane’.
On our way to the Serengeti.
Nap time. First one to pass out was me.