A cute note that made my day!

By | October 11, 2011

My grandmother was admitted to the hospital for an Angiography procedure (Qas6ara). While we were with her yesterday I saw a big lovely bouquet of flowers at her door with the card above. It was from my favorite cousin Abdullah :)

Abdullah, by the way, is a 20 years old ASK graduate who is currently in College :)

Now fess up, how many of you have perfect English handwriting and horrible Arabic handwriting? When was the last time you wrote in Arabic? or read something Arabic? or watched something Arabic -other than zwarat khamees and turkish soaps-?

And dear 3obada… min ygool “wa e7waneh” were added as an afterthought? Wain noq6at el khaa2 :p Thank you for making me laugh yesterday coz, your note made my day wallah 😀

39 Responses to “A cute note that made my day!”

  1. Nezar says:

    Ma tshofoon shar wa enshallah etgoom bil salamah.

    P.S: u should c my handwriting. It is even worse than Abdullah’s. :)

  2. Elegant Chic says:

    I can read his message, but didn’t understand. Could you please translate? :)

    Psst… I know how to read and write Arabic, but I can understand only common words that I’m used to! 😀 Weird? I know! 😈 LOL 😆

  3. ali says:

    I hope she feels better soon , but its really sad to see a 20 year old with this many spelling mistakes in arabic . it doesnt matter if you’ve spent your entire life in English school, arabic is still your 1st language .

    • danderma says:

      Thank you for your kind wishes.
      I feel sad too but I have to give Abdullah credit for his bravery in writing in a language he didn’t master. At least he tried :)

  4. Chirp says:

    Matshoof shar yaditich oo allah egawimha bil salama we6awil eb 3omorha insha’Allah ;***

    Ur cousins handwriting ethakerni eb my brothers handwriting!! Its so similar LOL!!

    As an ASK graduate I have to admit I have horrible Arabic handwriting BUT I do read the arabic papers more than I read the English ones :p

    • danderma says:

      Thank you hon :*

      Loooool esh hal 7ala :p at least you read Arabic newspapers that’s a good thing!

  5. noon says:

    salamatha ma tshoof shar :*
    i dont mean to brag but i think i have a good handwriting in arabic and english 😛

    • danderma says:

      El shar ma ayeech hon thank you :*

      LooooL good for you! I can’t say my handwriting is good in either language but its decent enough :)

  6. ilwawy says:

    awal shay gilta kan ya7laila.. y3erf yshakil ba3ad.. b3dain iktisheft ina 3omra 20 sina! 😀

    bas t9adgeen.. kha6a a7la 3n kha6y!

    tgoom bil salama inshallah.

    • danderma says:

      a7la min kha6ek b3d! Esh hal balwa!!!!!
      Allah ysalmik ma tga9er!

  7. karamilah says:

    il7imdillah 3ala salamat ur grandma and matshoof shar inshallah

    about the handwriting, I write is a very nice wild english handwriting but my arabic handwriting isn’t bad at all, compared to my boss who is 30 something. Abdulla’s handwriting is waaaaay perfect.

    • danderma says:

      Allah ysalmich hon el shar ma ayeech
      Haw! So maskeen 3bood his handwriting is not bad in comparison y3ni!

  8. Om ALzain says:

    الله يشافيها ويقومها بالسلامه ويشافي جميع المرضى

  9. Abood wa i7wanah says:

    Thanks for the post coz and making light of my errors and amazing handwriting:P I’ll have to get you a similar boquet with a card (written IN ENGLISH or arabic for the laughs) for your next Book signing inshalla 😉

  10. Naheda says:

    Hope everything went well with your grandmother. Since you’ve mentioned the spelling mistakes the first word should spell أتمنى” بالألف المقصورة”
    and you’re right the handwriting is a bit child-like:)

  11. S4LM4N says:

    Ma TSHoF SHaR o TGoM Be eL,SLaMa Ya RaB
    o SaLFT 3aBod Twa83T 3oMRaH 9 or 10 bs 20 Wa 5eZYaH

  12. Jacqui says:

    Aww that’s so cute hehe being an ASK graduate myself I however broke the stereotype as I have good arabic and english handwriting I can also now type in arabic slightly faster than I used to before.

    But the sentiment behind the card is what matters hehe it is in fact so sweet and I do wish your grandmother a speedy recovery inshalla she gets better and out of the hospital soon!

    • danderma says:

      You are a rare breed then :p
      Ee he is maskeen! So cute and so brave of him to write in Arabic so my grandma can read it w3liya :)

  13. S says:

    Inshallah et gom lekom bl salama ya rab.

    Lol oh god, I’m in the same boat…I swear my little 6yr old cousin writes better than me. It’s terrible :/ even my reading lol I take quite some time to finish a paragraph. Lol it gets even worst when you speak three languages :(

  14. karamilah says:

    not at all,
    im gonna send you the pic soon and see for yourself

  15. Marzouq says:

    My arabic has improved vastly because I have to read a lot of documents and paperwork in arabic but no way in hell can I write an essay in arabic! lol! And I genuinely try to improve my hand writing!

    Salamat yaditich mat shoof shar inshalla! Alah egawimha bil salamah!

    • danderma says:

      El shar ma ayeek Allah ysalmik… thank you so much.
      You know ako booklets that you can use to enhance your handwriting, we used to use them in schools back in the 80’s! I am not sure if they are still used or not though :p

  16. alnoury says:

    oh lord he is 20 lool i thought 10 years old wahahahahah that what made me laugh
    allah ygawemha belsalama enshallla

  17. Fatma says:

    actually this post made me sad as 20 years old student with this very bad handwriting that is full of mistakes as well!!!!

  18. baglady says:

    I hope and pray to God that your grand mother gets well soon,