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Project 366 2020 – WEEK 8

Bismillah Hir Rahman Ir Raheem

Peace and blessings be upon you all

Sunday, 16th February

Mama discovered a new burger place nearby so we decided to order a few beef burgers from there, all double patty. The burger tasted good but it wasn’t great as I couldn’t get the nice juiciness you get from beef burgers.

Monday, 17th February

This is what my precious Shih Tzu looks like when she sees a cat and finally catches up to it (although she can never reach it as Allah didn’t teach dogs to climb trees).

Tuesday, 18th February

My friends and I returned to our haven; Ginyaki. I usually order beef dishes when I go to restaurants but this time I order Cashewnut Chicken which was amazing!! Otherwise I often have Beijing Crispy Beef but I want to try Thai Green Curry when I go next time because according to food group reviews, I’ve heard it’s great.

Wednesday, 19th February

Enjoy a sort of aesthetic view of Islamabad Expressway

Thursday, 20th February

I tested someone’s urine today!! It was actually pre-prepared in a test tube. What you do is you dip the dipstick into it, which has all these colored boxes, for 5 seconds and then leave it to dry for a minute. After that, you compare it’s colour to the colour chart on the container to check the urine’s contents.

Friday, 21st February

Lately, I’ve been wanting to understand the Holy Quran through its own language; the language of my Deen, Arabic. I’ve looked around for cost-effective ways to learn it while also incorporating it to my hectic schedules. Alhamdulillah, a follower of mine recommended me this book and a series of videos from two teachers to help me learn Arabic which I am truly thankful for and believe will be extremely helpful. I plan to write posts about this, updating you all on my progress and you can all be judges to whether I’ve learnt it well or not. Stay tuned!

Saturday, 22nd February

I’ve gotten fed up of reading Fountainhead but I’ve spent weeks reading that book and the story is in many stand stills at different places like the characters aren’t heading somewhere; they’re just living their everyday lives. Also, more than half the book is still left! Hence, I’ve started a new book my sibling recommended to me called Animal Farm which I’ve heard is very interesting and thought-provoking.

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By Andale Seaworne

21. Pakistani. Muslim. People call me tubelight. Life is a roller coaster life but if you focus on the ups in life and have faith, life will be beautiful
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14 replies on “Project 366 2020 – WEEK 8”

That’s a lovely photo of your dog and I really like the sound of your favourite restaurant. It must have been interesting to test the urine. I’m not sure whether I’ve read Animal Farm or not! I feel like I probably have. It’s on the school curriculum here, so everyone seems to know it.

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That burger looks so good.
hehehe. I bet your dog does wishes she could climb the trees after the cat.
Ahh! I have seen those urine tests before when I’ve been to the doctors.
Good luck with learning Arabic.
Oh wow! I remember reading Animal Farm when I was in secondary school. It is so thought provoking and pretty horrifying. x

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Our dog sits and stares up the trees after running round the base when she spots the squirrels in the parks.
I never imagined English being your first language, is that common over there?
One hair from a shih tzu triggers off my allergies something chronic and seriously affects my breathing. I will wheeze if one has been in the vet even days before hand, them and Pekingese dogs

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Aww your Shih Tzu is cute. I can imagine it must be frustrating for her when the cats go up trees (but reassuring for the cats that she can’t climb up after them!) That menu from Ginyaki has made me feel hungry! That dipstick tube was a familiar sight back in my midwifery days. Good luck with learning Arabic. #project366

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That burger does look good. I love your dog’s little face. I remember doing urine dip stick tests for the first time as a student nurse, always interesting.

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