Despite the disgusting (rainy, hot, humid) weather on Friday it turned out to be a delightful day in other respects. Namely, a half work day followed by a girls lunch at Brasserie Beck, which led to a spontaneous, but to be expected little catnap once I got home, and then a great phone chat with my friend Meg. [Read more…]
As you know Cairo, Egypt holds a special place in my family’s heart. Despite the chaos that is currently going on over there right now, we all look back on our time in Cairo fondly and lovingly. Whenever we get the chance to sort of re-live our experience there, we do.
I accompanied my mom and our good family friend (her daughter went to Cairo American College with me and is my high school best friend) to a concert at the Freer Gallery of Art to hear Naseer Shamma play various musical instruments with his ensemble. [Read more…]
Another guest blogger, Teresa, currently lives in Cairo. I thought it would be interesting to get a first hand perspective of what was happening in the city and throughout the country right now, as this country holds a special place in my heart. I truly hope things get better on this side of the world. [Read more…]