Bismillah Hir Rahman Ir Raheem
Peace and Blessing be upon you all.
Sunday, 7th July
The people who take photos and design these desktops pictures are amazing. There’s so much detail and bold colours which always mesmerize me.
Monday, 8th July
You don’t just buy a Bournville; you earn it!!!!
My long-time love is dark chocolate (incase I wasn’t clear)
Tuesday, 9th July
Baba has had seeds planted in the front lawn so that there could finally be flowers there. They loog great but they’re growing inconsistently. Also, the gardener tends to cut out the roots when ploughing the soil which is annoying.
Wednesday, 10th July
It’s starting to rain at night and will continue to for a couple of days. I met this little buddy sliding towards my front door when I was leaving the house for college. It’s so adorable Mashallah.
Thursday, 11th July
Mama made khao suey, a Burmese dish, for dinner. It is made up of boiled noodles, curry with chicken pieces and is topped with crunchy vegetables. It’s a very delicious and wholesome dish.
Friday, 12th July
Today in college, we were relieved from the intense lectures. A professor shared a few videos about a museum that preserved dead bodies and presented them in exhibits. It was very fascinating yet very disturbing at the same time as it seemed like mutilation for show, and we’ll never know if their permission to be used in this way was taken.
Then he asked us all to write a letter to a cadaver (dead body used for medical purposes). My creativity sprung into action but I’m not sure I did well as I needed more than an hour for effective brainstorming and planning. However, I made my letter humorous at some parts and serious at others. I started and ended it with a friendly conversation with the cadaver. I will not be able to remember what I wrote exactly but I’ll try to recreate what I wrote in a blog post.
Saturday, 13th July
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