Ramadan: A 100 days and Counting…

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neurontin usa Someone who obviously loves Ramadan very much has made the world know today that Ramadan is only a 100 days away! Horray!

http://cakebysadiesmith.co.uk/tag/dorset-cake-maker/ I love Ramadan. I think its the best time of year. I love the fatoosh on futoor table, the tea estekanas after futoor sleeping on the couch with the droopy eye lids. I love our pre-futoor ritual of watching the IT Ramadan show and commenting on it on Twitter. Even though this year we might watch it via Instagram etha Allah 3a6ana 3omor o 9a7a o 3afiya insha2 Allah.

Ya rab et3oodna ya rab. This year its going to be on 19 July! 2 days after my birthday which I suppose I can disguise as a friendly graish 😉 I was actually born in 5 Ramadan in the year 1980 so next year insah2 Allah my birthday will be during Ramadan. I wonder if it will be on the fifth 3ad? Allah y36ena 3omor o y3oodna!

Are you excited? I am. I truly am. I think I will start fasting now just to start living the Ramadan atmosphere.


9 Responses to “Ramadan: A 100 days and Counting…”

  1. Jacqui says:

    Reading this post made me realize that it’s 100 days until Saher Al Lail 3 will premiere and I have decided something I will not watch any show other than because well the quality of TV programming has diminished greatly ;/ Otherwise I am excited about Ramadan it means more family time! 😛 And my sisters well most of them will be back by then enshalla 😀

    • danderma says:

      Saher 2 was not that good in my opinion. But it will not stop me from checking out Saher 3, maybe they will get their mojo back or something you never know.

      Ooh you will have your sisters over for the summer! It will be fabulous then!

      • Jacqui says:

        Saher 2 wasn’t as great as Saher 1 was but in a way it was better than all of the other shows last year hehe 😛 I hope Saher 3 blows both parts out the park and well we’ll identify with it more since it’s taking place in the 90s! Allah!

        And yeah sisters home mean more interactions with them 😛

  2. Blush says:

    Why has everyone made Ramadan as watching the shows and eating different types of food. Yes it is indeed very nice. But guys Ramadan means taraweeh, fasting, reading the Quran and making a point to finish it . To repent as much as you can from Allah as this is the most blessed month of all. Why dont you mention all this? As a blogger people read you and get influenced. Why is it always everyone talks about programmes and food during the month of Ramadan. We as muslims should make the best out of it apart from watching programmes and ofcourse eating delicious food.

    • danderma says:

      People who know Ramadan know what its all about. Aside from the show, it is also the family gathering time. People will not read my blog and say “well Ramadan is all about food and tv so we will discard our prayers”. To each their own my dear ele yabi y9ali khal y9ali ele yabi yet3abad khal yt3abad shako hatha bel mawthoo3?

  3. Hafsa says:

    Allahumma balihna Ramadan!…wow, only 100 days left…I seriously need to start revising my Quran (I have memorised it all Alhumdulilah) so that I can read it in Taraweeh inshallah…short time left!!!:)

    • danderma says:

      Masha2 Allah you have the quran memorized! That’s great masha2 Allah :)

      • Hafsa says:

        Ya alhumdulilah…did it after my A levels and before starting my software engineering degree…Allah really helped me, it was the spiritual gap between worldly education …:)