Monday, June 2, 2008

Iraq from an Iraqi.

For those of you that do not check out my blogroll, you may never have met Sunshine or read her blog.

Mosul, Iraq is the last bastion of violence in Iraq and Sunshine tells it best when she talks about her hometown. I encorage you to visit her blog, for 15, she is very savvy!

Today I read her blog and almost cried with relief. Things are so much better.

From Sunshine's Blog:

"In these nights I sleep comfortably, at least I can’t hear my heart beat ! time I hopefully night bruxism will stop, I still suffer from killing cramp in my jaw, now I spend more time in my room and even change my clothes there !!
There are a lot of things I want to do in the coming days, not now, but within a month or so to make sure the situation will remain good, I want to fix my room, and hide the places that were damaged because of the fights I am excited.
May god bless Iraq, and National guards ,and save everyone"

If the news tells you one thing, question it, remember......they get paid to sell! Read!

We are in a flux right now, we are electing another president. Compare what the candidates tell you is happening in Iraq, with what Iraqi's tell you.



Nancy said...
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Nancy said...

I did read that young Iraqi girl's blog. I just can't begin to imagine what it would be like to live in fear like that! Thanks for telling us about her blog!

P.S. That was me who deleted my first comment. (I had a typo in it!)

Nancy said...

Thanks for dropping by my blog earlier tonight. I tell you, I am hooked on this blogging!!!

We really did have a wonderful time with our company from AZ. They are really a super couple! He is my ex's first cousin, but now both of them are MY cousins, too! I just hated to see them leave!

Have you checked out Lyle's blog yet? He's new to the blogging world, and he published his first post Sunday after working on it a day or so. It's really quite interesting! He's got more stories about travelling with their RV, too. I have him on my blogroll if you want to click on it there. I enjoy reading them all! But I still work, so I have to get my work done, too. I slacked off this past week, so now still at to try and get caught up. I have been up almost 48 hours! I need some Z's tonight, if I can sleep! I haven't slept during the night since my mom died 4 years ago.

Honestly, the leftovers were really pretty good! Some things are always better as leftovers. We all enjoyed eating together again, and I don't think it would've mattered what we had for supper, as we just enjoyed spending time together. Not many people you really click with, ya know? I love Ann like a sister.

Drop by again anytime! I have my email on my profile now, too.


hippochick said...

hey michelle,

thanks for putting us onto the iraqui girl's blog. it's so hard to know what to believe.

i'm going to try to post today. the wedding was wonderful in spiye of my klutziness.

hugs friend.

Diane said...

Thanks for sharing. We have fears of our own, but no one can imagine living like that. It's painful to think what they endure each day.

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