Back on track

May 27, 2011

The past two weeks were disaster. My internship and my summer course have started. I have been so busy working and couldn’t have enough sleep. I think now I got used to my new schedule. Though I miss the old one, I’m glad that I’ll be done one week before the end of June and I’ll get the chance to go shopping for my trip :”D

A few photos of one of the most charming cities, Luzern.

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May You Be My Love..

May 14, 2011

ساعديني..
على كسر العادات الصغيرة التي كوَّنتُها معك
وعلى اقتلاع رائحتك..
من قماش الستائرْ..
وبللورِ المزهريّاتْ..
ساعديني..
على استعادةِ لُغَتي..
التي فَصَّلتُ مفرداتِها عليكِ..
ولم تعد صالحةً لسواكِ من النساءْ

Quoted from Nizar Qabbani’s poem “May You Be My Love For Another Year” (1978).

A habit

May 13, 2011


Every summer holiday I do my end-of-studying-year cleaning. I arrange my clothes, shoes and bags and force my myself to throw away the old stuff. I know many of them would stay in my closet for years and I’ll never wear them -except for some bags- and my closet would explode. I just love them and can’t to throw them away 😦 .

Blondies

May 10, 2011

Among all my horrible cooking attempts this summer, I got an impressive result when I made the “White Chocolate and Strawberry Blondies”. It was really delicious! I know that I didn’t cook since ages, but every attempt was worse than the previous one! And that was really disappointing! Anyway, I’ll keep making sweets only because I enjoy it and because I’m obsessed with sweets 😛

Missing Paris

May 9, 2011


Didn’t know that going through old files tortures. It evokes beautiful memories, yet a wave of sadness sweeps over you and you wish that you could bring those days back!

Few days ago I thought of going though old photos to print some of them and to see if I have improved in photography xP.. And I decided to start a project of editing some of them.

Palace of Versailles 

A random photo, Palace of Versailles.

Napoleon’s apartment, the Louvre.

Decoration of the ceiling, the Louvre. 

Was taken from one of the Louvre’s windows.