Thursday, January 3, 2008

About me.......

Should aperson blog about his/her private life , or should we hide what problems we have and keep it nicely hidden under lock and key ?

Pretending to live a life of a pasha or that of scrooge, be it out in the open or shut as as may be to never utter but a decent word ? duh ?

This is a first experience for me and Im all bubbly and excited as can be.

I am a recently divorced lady and mother of two lovely kids . Im half American and half Libyan as the Libyan would say!Living with my parents for the time being ,who I am desperately trying to undestand. For when one leaves the nest and comes back to it due to certain issues and with kids at that .....well its not an easy task!

My parents insist on me staying here which I do enjoy, with all the craziness around me, I must admit . But my kids cant wait to go home (states) and just hate it here sad to say !

We will have to wait and see and give this timeout ( I call ) a chance...then call it quits at the end of the day lol.

bye for now!


LoveLyH said...

Happy new year,all the best wishes to you and All your family in 2008.
I hope all your deams and wishes come true.

Anglo-Libyan said...

a big welcome to you Huda :o)

best wishes to you and the family for 2008 and Iam looking forward to your posts.

ibeebarbie said...

Salam Huda,
Welcome to the blogging world. Thank you for sharing a glimpse of yourself with us.

Highlander said...

Welcome to the blogosphere :)

MusicLover said...

"Should a person blog about his/her private life , or should we hide what problems we have and keep it nicely hidden under lock and key?"

There are no rules regarding to blog or not to blog about our own private life. It all depends on you how much you want to reveal your private life to the public.

Some female Libyan bloggers talk about their daily life. Lately many of these ladies are having the blues, they release their stress by writing what troubles them. It is nice you find readers and other bloggers giving advices and support.

You will gain bloggers as your friends whom you have never met personally and to top it you do not need to reveal yourself if you prefer that way.

Few of the Libyan ladies are single mothers, unhappy spouses, singles, happy spouses, newly wed, working mothers, students and etc.......

Some of the ladies have non Libyan parent like you..

At the end I hope your kids will have as normal life as possible as when you were married.

I wish you the best in your new life.

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