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Category Archives: Parenthood
YANNI FULFILLING A DREAM
I have just listened to Yanni’s CD that was recorded while he was in concert in front of the Pyramids. It was a huge success, but among all the excitement and focus on the event, one touching human story emerged. … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Cairo, Egypt, Mothers, Parenthood, Pyramids Tagged Composing, Concerts, dreams, Egyptolgist, Music, Pyramids, Yanni 2 Comments
SHOPPING – PICTURE OF THE WEEK
I hope she doesn’t have far to go! More from Egypt soon Brigitte
Posted in Children, Egypt, Islam, Mothers, Muslims, Parenthood, Religion Tagged Donkeys, Headscarf, Muslim Women, Weekly Market, Young Men 1 Comment
EGYPT’S DAILY LIFE – A FAMILY PICNIC
It is the only tree around but it is all this Egyptian family needs to enjoy a day out. And for extra relief from the heat a trench dug around the trunk of the tree does the trick — plus for anyone wanting … Continue reading
EGYPT’S DAILY LIFE — THE PAST AND THE FUTURE
WHEN WE THINK OF ANCIENT TEMPLES, AND BURIAL SITES LIKE THE VALLEY OF THE KINGS, TOURISTS COME TO MIND. WE SEE BUSES SPITTING OUT GROUPS OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE COME FROM FAR AWAY TO CATCH A CLIMPSE OF THE PAST. I … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Children, Egypt, Government, Parenthood, Tourism, Travel Tagged BUSES, History, MEDINA HABY, RAMSES III, SCHOOL. CHILDREN, TEACHERS, Temples 2 Comments
EGYPT’S LOST DREAMS
Today, on the 25th of January, three years after the revolution in Egypt, we should be congratulating the Egyptian people on their new democracy – instead with horror and a heavy heart – we are watching the news. Yesterday … Continue reading
Posted in Cairo, Egypt, Foreign Policy, Government, HABIBTI YA MASR, Mothers, Parenthood, Politic Tagged Demonstrations, Killing, Military Dominance, Mothers, Mubarak, Mursi, Peace, President, religion 4 Comments
Statistics in Egypt show that a million children are born every year. It could even be more because in rural areas not all children are registered. Yes, that is a lot of children. They need love and care, and from what I observed during … Continue reading
Posted in Children, HABIBTI YA MASR, Mothers, Parenthood Tagged Child care, children, Fathers, Motherhood, Mothers, Pride, Sons and Daughters 3 Comments
PHOTO OF THE WEEK – BEING A MOTHER…….
……is challenging anywhere in the world! More from Egypt soon Brigitte
Posted in Alexandria, Children, Egypt, Islam, Mothers, Muslims, Parenthood 1 Comment