Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Looking Inside a Drawer!

These are pictures I found some weeks ago. I kept them for so long,( since I was studying in Cairo??), telling myself to put nice frames around them.I thought of putting them on webheads heaven blog for what they hold of a Sudanese culture.From how milk was/is? delivered to your door in Sudan,the woman who sees the future to morning coffee(s).Can you realize how the cat looks at the dog on the milk man picture?:-))I couldn't get the name of the artist,only an "abou" can bee seen on his signature.
I love those pictures!

Sunday, April 22, 2007

From a gifted daughter!

Haneen sent this yesterday and believes she is the one whose cards should be on webheads heaven blog!Jealousy is knocking on our door!
Here is the URL

Saturday, April 14, 2007

A gift from a gifted son

Today, my son Omer, 9 years old, came from school with a gift for me.How does it feel when a mother knows that her kid thinks about her during his art class?
I love you too Amoory!

Sunday, April 08, 2007

Hala's Snow passion goes Global

Today, while I was sorting out tons of links and bookmarks, I discovered that I keep these two email from Cheryl during baw07. They made me feel like I am really smelling and touching snow not ( It is boiling now here).

Sat, 20 Jan 2007 00:16:06 -0000
Dearest Hala,
Snow has a distinct smell right before it falls from the sky. In
Maine, there are many days and evenings prior to a snowstorm that one
can step outside and smell the snow in the air. Have you ever smelt
rain prior to the storm? Well, the best way to describe snow before a
storm is that is is about 30 degrees F colder, and the smell is crisp.
I just checked my freezer smell and while it doesn't mimic the true
smell, there is a correlation, minus the food smells.
Hope that helps. Hala, I will catch a snowflake on my tongue and taste
it for you!
Taste of snow description much later,

Cheryl Oakes, Maine USA

To: baw07@yahoogroups.com
Sat, 03 Feb 2007 00:38:42 -0000
To Hala the poet and artist with words.
Hala your words are always so descriptive and full of emotion.
I see you face and hear your words by the way you write!
Keep making our threads personal.
It makes me think about how I am writing messages to people.
In the middle of a blizzard.

Cheryl, snowstorm in Maine. USA