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Sunday, October 22, 2006

Bye Ramadan!

Since Ramadan is about to end, we thought that it would be a nice idea to say goodbye in a decent way, and welcome 3eed with a joyful spirit. The JU-IEEE commitee and some volunteers successfully had an Iftar for 35 orphans, aged between 6 and 12 years old, on saturday the 21st of october 2006.

Below are some pictures to show what 3 days of preparation could do ;)

Ain't Tala and I great at wrapping gifts ;)

Baloons and Candy bags (you can only imagine how it feels like looking at those mounts of sweets while you're still fasting!)

Dar's idea of having fun! (and yes, those are toilet papers!)

(the kids had a real great time, thank you for all your efforts :)

More pictures of the event are comeing soon ;) (and they're even nicer!)

Thanks to everyone who helped make this event a success, we really enjoyed working with each one of you :) and am looking forward to seeing you all in similar activities soon!


  • At Sunday, October 22, 2006 10:12:00 PM , Blogger Tala said...

    Ramadan could not have ended in a better way, looking at all these pictures doesn't make you but MUST smile.. HEHEHE

    Saturday was absolutely great!
    i loved the girls, especially Nourhan,, she is (NUMRA)

    about the gifts,, i helped in wrapping like 10 out of 50!
    you did all the rest and the candy..
    it was so much fun especially when everyone was doing something; Nour was tighing the balloons and Malak blowing the balloons and me and Dima wrapping and Dima's mom checking if everything is alright and reminding us of things to take care of for making the kids more joyful ... when we finished everything its like we needed a TRUCK to load everything,, so we went in three cars to deliver the stuff ...

    when we were wrapping, we used to hear an exploding balloon every 10 minutes on average!! it was like HAHAHAHAHA..

    i wont forget that day .. NO WAY!!
    and i have to mention this, i've never seen Aseel that HAPPY :)))

  • At Monday, October 23, 2006 12:29:00 AM , Blogger Rain Drop said...

    Lol Tala :) maybe coz we know all the tiny details, and coz we lived the experience, we know how it feels like :) but i don't expect others to understand ;) (not be4 they try it themselves!)

    Nourhan, Sharihan, 7aleemeh, Maryam, Amal, Fatmeh, Nour, Dima and the rest of the girls, each had a unique character :) and each was worth getting to know her better :) i wish if i had more time to spend with them (next time, am not going to be responsible for the names list ;)

    hehehe, my mom's car really needed a picture! i still donno how she managed to drive with all the baloons in ;)

    am glad that every1 went back home with a smile :) it really makes me feel happy :) i'll never forget that day either ;)

  • At Monday, October 23, 2006 1:11:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Ya3teeki el 3afyeh ... 3anjad ma 2asarti , and inshallah that will be in mizan 7asanatek , cuz at the end lots of smiles had found a way to the kids faces


  • At Saturday, October 28, 2006 4:10:00 PM , Blogger Rain Drop said...

    thanks dar :) i appreciate it ;)
    although it was u who made them laugh most of the time :)


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