American lady living in Kuwait commenting on daily occurrances through her warped perspective. Her travels take us beyond the boundaries of normalcy.
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Today I was at my friends' friends' house and when the muezzin called the prayer call, her dog was outside and started howling like a banshee. Prayer-call-Dude had an ugly voice (which shouldn't be allowed for such a beautiful purpose), and then PuppinStuff was howling to match it. Pup's owner was upstairs yellin', "Would someone PLEASE bring the dog in the house before we all get arrested?." I couldn't stop myself from laughing my ass off. My life is so funny that sometimes it is hard to get a handle on it all.
American semi-Kuwaiti living, working, eating, boating, and observing in Kuwait. Born in America, but raised with Kuwaitis, I get culture shock on both continents. No one understands me, but my dog, and she still gives me strange looks once in a while.
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I danced in the desert, I swam by the shores, I spent warm nights under starlit blankets of silver, I made friends from far-away places I ate and drank and savored it all I loved and was loved What more could anyone ask for?