AbezAbez Is... 50% White, 50 % Pakistani, Muslim Hijab-wearing type female, Daughter of Momma, Sister of Owlie Wife of HF, Momma of Khalid, a special little boy with Autism, and Iman, a special little girl with especially big hair, Writer, Graphic Designer, Editor, Freelancer, Blogger, Inhaler of Chocolate
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Friday, July 16, 2004

AssalamuAlaikum Blogistan and Momma-Abbustan.
I'm sitting in the UIC computer lab right now with Owlie, Sabah & Shamaila, finishing up the camp book enjoying this really comfy swivel chair.  Wheee!  We're about to break for lunch- kabobs in pita bread we brought from home, yummy, and after that we'll get back to work.  Here's a quick summary of what we've been up to so far:
Last night we went bowling at Lincoln Square Lanes, naturally I lost, but I maintain that I had the most fun.  I had a strawberry milkshake from McDonalds, which cost me two dollars and took over half an hour's worth of laborious sucking to consume.  Man, I think there was a vein standing out on my forehead by the time I finished.  I should've just gotten a spoon.  I repent.  I do taubah.  No more milkshakes for me. 
After bowling we went back to the park near our old highschool where we played on the swings and swung across the monkey bars, just like in the good old days... just like senior year.  he he.  Yes, Abez & co played in the park all the way till college, pushing the tire swings and falling into the wood-chip until the principal gave us diplomas and kicked us out. 
Time to go for lunch, I'll blog later InshaAllah.  Still haven't figured out how to use my brother's digicam, the first step of which being to OBTAIN the digicam, which I have yet to do.  Ah well.
Peace & Handi Grease!


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