Saturday, December 25, 2010
Hope you're having a great time wherever you are. I'm recently into a song by Owl City called "Rainbow Veins". One of the few REAL happy songs I came across...it's just stunning and one of the few songs you can listen to on repeat forever, and never get bored of.
I like the part where the lyrics goes like "your nerves gather with the altitude, exhale the stressed so you dont come unglued, somewhere there is a happy affair, a ghost of a good mood". I tend to remember that part whenever am stressed out or having a very tough day.
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
"We are proud of this university; and more than that, we are proud of you in Oman and elsewhere" - HM the Sultan in his earlier visit to SQU back in May 2000.
Turned out that HM is visiting SQU to inaugurate the new cultural center, below is the invitation card!
The Fireworks Championship is still running, and it's been great so far although I haven't been very close to the place the fireworks launch from...However, the last two shows will be held on the 15th and 17th of December. Enjoy them while you can ;)!
3. Athletes from all around the world are participating in the 2nd Asian Beach Games in Oman; in the one-million square meters Al-Musannah Sports City. Has anyone been there?
4. A very-very local news: my brazar is on za way! 26 hours left SHARP! I can't wait and missing you terribly :(
Till Next Time <3
Thursday, December 2, 2010
1. Congrats to Qatar on winning the 2022 World Cup bid..But the fact that they played the Israeli card is so sickening. They could have won the bid without such an obvious act/promotion for normalization with the Zionists.
2. The entire world united to watch a flood of documented scandals when we failed to unite and stand up for the oppressed people in the region...adding more to their struggle and oppression
3. Practicing your rudeness arrogantly doesn't make you any tougher or smarter. Just for your information.
4. I've met an awesome lady called Judith Montgomery on Twitter. Just recently, I found out that she's published a novel that so much reminded me of A Thousand Splendid Suns & The Kite Runner by Khalid Hossaini. Her novel is called Aksandar, here is the novel's official blog...and if your are interested in following her, this is her user account name (@Aksandar). Her novel seems to be based on the things she's witnessed and came across while being there. I will def give it a read once I get hold of the book, inshallah..
5. Proud to be Omani till the end...
Till Next Time <3
Monday, November 29, 2010
I used to envy kids (whether friends or family) 'cause their parents used to throw bday parties for them. I used to pray that I have my own bday cake and get to wear a pink dress on this special occasion lol. That was such a naive thought! I didn't know how awkward it could possibly feel to have your own bday cake untill last year when my siblings brought me a cake and surprised me few days prior to my bday. God it felt so SO awkward lol "well thanks so much :$ bs I'm absolutely not used to that"
Hmm am at the moment clueless on what I'm going to share here, but I just felt like saying something...and perhaps next part is going to be in Arabic?
Alright, there we go..
"Far away, long ago
Glowing dim as an ember
Things my heart used to know
Once upon a december~"
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
A very happy and blessed Eid! Hope you're all enjoying your time, may this year bring a lot of joy and happiness for you and your loved ones..
This post comes on the National Day, so I will take this opportunity to wish you all Omani readers a happy one...And long live Oman <3
I have been spending most of my time with the family kids: playing games, singing and dancing like crazy. I shared something about this yesterday with my twitter friends "I dislike calling them followers lol"...anyhow, I said something like: spending time with the kids is a soul purifying activity; it takes you away from life...to life?..Hehe
We sang "i7na negdar" or "we can do it" yesterday night...I can't get over the part where the kids and my crazy cousins were chanting "NEGDAR" :D
OoOoo....Nabbi 3edyyaah :D lol
~ An interesting article about the above ad [here]
Till next time <3
Friday, November 5, 2010
Thursday, October 14, 2010
I've been spending pretty much LONG hours at work lately [no weekends too], I feel penalized for thinking to go on local leave next week :S. Not sure if I want to coninue doing this. I know, no body pushed me into my current career, but I just can't see myself doing this anymore. I rather pay as much effort on more useful stuff...or at least on the things I always wanted to do. I would like to make a career change and I have an idea in mind. Id3ooli!
It's alomst 12 AM, and I just stopped working..So, good night world!
يا ليل يا مستودع الأسرار يا موج الظنون~
Till next time <3
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
He was few meters away playing with the rest of the kids...so he paused, then walked straighet to where she was sitting...his face was few inches away from her face when he said:
"Agdar atkalam....WAYED :@" [I can speak, a lot!]
Never underestimate any kid's abilities.... ;)
Monday, October 4, 2010
You must be wondering why do I have "نعم لا بد من حب = Yes, there must be love" in my blog's header...
Another version with English Subtitles [here]
Till next time <3
Friday, October 1, 2010
First off, I want to apologize for not updating my blog for quite a long time now, and when I do, it’s mostly in Arabic. I've been so busy and couldn't write, but I hope I’ll have some spare time in the coming days, now that I’m done with the the stuff that kept me busy "deadlines, exam..etc" because I honestly miss writing a LOT...beside I have a lot to talk about!
Part of my absence was ‘cause of the tight schedule I had in Ramadan, and when I thought I might be free to update and share some goodies, I got sick “when wasn’t I sick anyways lol”...I couldn’t even do my exam in Ramadan “In fact I managed to do two questions and then had to leave the exam center all dizzy and tired”....Fortunately, I was given a chance to re-take the exam so I did it two days back. It all went well, and it’s now officially out of my way!
Eid was pretty much good; I spent it in my hometown along with my family. But then had to come back to Muscat to work, but guess what? I returned right after work ‘cause I just can’t stay alone in here. I don’t want to remember how sad I felt when I left my family. I never thought it could be that hard, although it was only for couple of days! Was it because it was still Eid time, and I somehow didn’t get to enjoy it much as I was still recovering and all? Anyways, that made me wonder how it’s going to be like when I’m going to travel abroad for post grad. I hope it’s just a matter of time. I seriously need to toughen up a little bit :D
Yay! I feel so glad to post again! :) Will update more the coming days, Insha'Allah :D
Till Next Time
Monday, September 13, 2010
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Saturday, August 28, 2010
I present to you the new single by Sami Yousef from his new album "Wherever You Are". It's irony and yet amazing that I can so much relate it to what am going through these days...Perfect timing I guess. Anyhow, the lyrics and the music video are just so deep and touching that they teared me up. Enjoy :)
It’s so hard to explain
What I’m feeling
But I guess it’s ok
Cause I’ll keep believing :)
There’s something deep inside
Something that’s calling
It’s calling you and I
It’s taking us up high
Healing, a simple act of kindness brings such meaning
A smile can change a life let’s start believing
And feeling, let’s start healing
Heal and you will be healed
Break every border
Give and you will receive
It’s Nature’s order
There is a hidden force
Pulling us closer
It’s pulling you and I
It’s pulling us up high
Healing, a simple act of kindness brings such meaning
A Smile can change a life let’s start believing
And feeling, let’s start healing
Hearts in the hand of another heart and in God’s hand are all hearts
An eye takes care of another eye and from God’s eye nothing hides
Seek only to give and you’ll receive
So, heal and you will be healed
Till Next Time <3
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Monday, August 16, 2010
وأخرى تمسك بتلابيب ذاكرتك
لكنّك كلّما صادفتها
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
It's freaky how almost 12 months passed in the blink on an eye! Thursday, the 12th of Aug 2010 is going to be the first Day of Ramadan Insha'Allah in Oman. So Ramadan Mubarak ya’all and may Allah shower us all with his finest blessings, peace, forgiveness and mercy during this holy month.
After the ultimate success of fellow blogger : Bride from “Wanna be a bride” or “3ayza atgawiz” in publishing a book based on her blog, her story has recently been turned into a TV show that’s going to be aired during the days of Ramadan. I mean how cool is that! :D (That doesn’t mean that I’m going to watch it btw :p).
Anyhow, I can honestly say that it was really fun reading her book & her blog, so let’s see if the show is going to be as fun!
That's how Bride described herself in her blog:
أمثل 15 مليون بنت من سن 25 إلى سن 35 و اللي بيضغط عليهم المجتمع كل يوم عشان يتجوزوا..مع إنه مش بإيديهم إنهم لسه قاعدين
I’ve been receiving many emails about people making resolutions for Ramadan and some suggesting some schedules to be followed and what not… I think setting goals for what you want to achieve during Ramadan helps, even if it’s just the mere fact that one reflects on the month to come and recognizes that at least some changes should be made.
One recurring resolution I always make is to try and cut away from the ‘noise’ of the world in an attempt to really ‘hear’. And oh, I’m planning to eat healthier food & lay off the grease and desserts I constantly have specially during family gatherings :p
Till next time
وكل رمضان وانتوا بخير والله يبلغنا جميعا صوم رمضان وقيامه ومن بعده العيد
Monday, August 2, 2010
Thursday, July 29, 2010
Till Next Time ~
Thursday, July 15, 2010
Sunday, July 11, 2010
~ My rating: 9/10. I would have given it a 10 but I didn't like the ending much, and am not going to share how was the ending like so that I don't spoil the movie for you dear reader.
I still can't get over it; simply a must watch!
~ The official trailer:
Till next time :D
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
A lot of things are going on recently, it's almost impossible to catch up with everything but here's some of the so many swalif* I feel like sharing with you all... :D
. I came across the Online Donations portal today morning. This portal allows you to make Online donations to Oman’s biggest charities like The Association of the welfare of the Handicapped, Oman Hereditary Disorder Association & Oman Charitable Organization.
It's a simple idea yet so practical and useful. You can just click on donate now and do it in a matter of seconds! Worthy to mention that it's the idea of young ladies working for ministry of social development. Great job :)
. World Cup mania rages across my company. This is an email I got from my big boss today:
From: Mr. Big Boss
Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 2010 11:19 AM
To: All department staff
The company has provided some tickets for the semi finals (Jul6th, Jul7th), match for thrid place (Jul10th) and final match (Jul 11th), and RO2 coupons. They are limited so if anyone of you is interested please come over.
Can it get any cooler? :p
. A couple of years ago I had a falling out with a person who used to be really close to me. I cant tell you what the falling out was about, and the reason I cant tell you is because I dont remember, or actually, there was no reason at all [from my side at least]!!
Anyhow, what made me mention this now is that I'm supposed to meet up with her and other old school mates tomorrow - although am quite sure I'll come up with a good excuse not to go to the gathering for some personal reasons...But it really hurts whenever I think about it. She missed my graduation, she missed my first job, my first ride in my car...my a lot of things!
I missed her engagment, her wedding, her graduation...and seems that am going to miss her first baby.
Was it worth it?
Does she think about it the same way I do?
Should I go? What would she do when she sees me? Or it's been too long? ...and maybe too late?
Till next time folks
* Swalif: Gossip or pretty much telling people what you heard and what you're up to!
Friday, June 25, 2010
. I started a campaign called “Every day’s a holiday” few weeks back, as am apparently not going to have a single day off from work during summer. Loads of fun activities and projects in my list. Nowadays am quite busy preparing and working on a project with my sister Spot anddd of course the world cup!
Monday, June 21, 2010
As I promised this is the second part of scary childhood tales & characters. Check out the first part in case you haven't read it yet. Enjoy :)
There’s a famous myth in Oman that claims the existence of some creatures called “Maghayba”. It’s basically a person who’s been taken by witches/wizards. When a witch or a wizard puts their eyes on someone –it could be anyone- they’d take them and leave the body of the person “so everyone thinks that he’s dead”, but actually the person would become a mindless slave in a pitiable mental and physical shape.
Irony is that many people still believe in it, and more, they believe that most of their loved ones and relatives who passed away are still alive, and that witches turned them into Mghayba (plural of Mghayab)
The elderly people used to[ and some still do] refer to Jinn by Ahel bismllah in an attempt to avoid mentioning them – and thus to avoid their harm.
El neg6a el 7amra “The red dot”
“Go to bed now otherwise the red dot would come to you” that’s what we used to very often hear when we were kids. I still don’t have a clear picture of what the red dot is all about, all I know is that I sometimes tended to believe that the red illuminating dot on the AC’s switch is what they were talking about, in an attempt to make the whole thing rather funny and less creepy.
That's it for today
Till next time :)
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Some of you might have noticed that I *finally* changed my blog's design, although it's not quite a huge change as it's still green! But anyways, I guess I really needed such a change...and am up to more changes in other aspects of my life too..
However, do you think that it is important to have a continuity in your blog's design, that people know what your page looks like? And Is the current design any good? :D
I was trying to plan my summer leave today at work, and realized that I haven't had more than a week break from work since I started working, i.e. for the past one year and 8 months hehe! Well it's all good...I'm kinda having a good work/life balance, I'm still able to do all the stuff I want, and have some free time every now and then.
I'm intending to start a quite small project before end of July. Will update you soon on some details :) الله يسهل
I admire this picture for some weird reason :)
Till next time :)
Friday, June 11, 2010
Update: Other Bloggers' Resposes:
Reality in Oman
As a response to Um 3azzan's call [here], I'd like to invite you all dear readers & bloggers to the first World Sickle Cell Awareness Day as per the invitation below:
Under the auspices of
His Excellency Dr. Mohammed Bin Saif Al Hosni
Under Secretary Ministry of Health
HH Sayyida Alya Bint Thuwaini Bin Shihab Al Said
President Oman Hereditary Blood Disorder Association
cordially invites you to attend the
World Sickle Cell Awareness Anaemia Day
Saturday, June 19th 2010 @ 10:30 am at Muscat City Centre
Kindly spread the word! And let's make a difference and help in rasising public awareness regarding the importance of pre-marital testing.
And this is a dedication to you all <3
Thursday, June 10, 2010
Haya Al Shatti, a 26 years old humanitarian activist, talks about her experience in the freedom fleet to break the blockade of Gaza…
It replies the entire questions one might have in mind in regards to the aim of this fleet and what where they doing exactly and most; how did it happen… The truth was uncovered to millions of people from the west and the reality of those Zionists became even clearer to the world and yet, I have heard and read about a lot of people condemning the members of the fleet. يا أمة ضحكت من جهلها الأمم
To all those, and to the ones who claimed that they were warned and that they deserved what they faced I say: Learn from Haya..
Sunday, June 6, 2010
Growing up I was always fascinated by some scary stories and characters my mother and my grand parents relayed to me on different occasions and which had an impact in my life in different ways. I thought of sharing them here, who knows, maybe someday down the road I'll come back to this place and show them to my kids and grand kids for them to laugh at how naive their granny used to be one day.. :p
Mother Of Palms & Fibers أم السعف والليف
Is the most famous scary character in almost everyone’s childhood life. Older people used to describe her as a tall ugly looking lady, covered with palm leaves “sa’af” and fibers “leef”. We have been told that her favorite hobby is chasing the kids who refuse to follow their parents’ instructions, and then punish the kid [the punishment details used to be a secret to add more mysterious feel and creepiness to the complete story]. I can tell you how scared I used to feel each time I heared her name on anyone’s tongue. And I bet Hollywood can never imitate the level of horror she used to bring in any movie they produce.
The Noon's Donkey حمارة القايلة
And worthy to mention that 7marat el gayla used to scare the guts of everyone, not only kids. I remember women in my family telling stories about her…they used to go like:
Woman 1: “Um 3llan, have you heard about flan’s widow, flanah?!”
Woman 2: “Oh yah, poor thing, she had coffee with 7marat el gayla..waai!”
Woman 3: “What! You can’t be serious woman – leave about you يعني خلي عنج " :p
Woman 1: “I’m telling you…a strange woman knocked her door, so she asked her to come in and offered her a cup of coffee and some dates & fruits…then um flan’s son came to take his mom’s permission to play with the kids during the noon time…so she asked her son never to leave home, coz 7marat el gayla will come to you…you know, she has a body of a normal person and legs of a donkey [7mar]…and the strange woman showed them her leg: “you mean something like this?”…and um flan and her son fainted on the spot!”
Woman 2& 3: No way! No way! :
*slaps her face with two hands*
Naughty 7marat el gayla!!
Mother of Boys أم الصبيان
This is almost the only yennyah “Jinni” that is not interested in scaring the kids in this part of the world, yet hearing her name used to freak the hell of the kids.
Experts say that this yennyah kills baby boys inside their mom’s tummies during pregnancy, and so the people believed. So whenever a woman loses her baby, everyone would start saying that “bloody bloody um el 9byan is behind this, you gotta put immyaz [some sort of knives] under your pillow, woman! I’ll chop my two arms off my shoulders if I’m not right!”
To be continued...
Friday, June 4, 2010
The first day of the cylcone has almost passed. It was category 4 this morning and reached category 1 in the afternoon, thanks god. The weather coditions are still not so stable and experts are kind of clueless on whether is it going to get stronger and comes towards Muscat or just changes its direction and move away towrards Pakistan & India.
I lost contanct with my family in another region in Oman since this morning. Last thing I heard is that many small house were almost destroyed. Palm trees were destroyed too. I can't express my feelings right at this moment, but I just hope it's all going to be alright.
A group of facebookers started this page for updates about the tropical storm.
And here are pics of the clouds yesterday when they began to form yesterday afternoon:
Thursday, May 27, 2010
So, am boring you again with my stories. :D
Three weeks ago, I was invited at my friend’s place for a Pajama Party. We started by playing baby foot with her younger siblings, was great fun. Then we played a little Pro Evolution. Half an hour later, we went to the girls’ bedroom where my friend’s sisters and 2 female cousins where sitting; chatting and stuff…
My friend’s youngest sister “11 years old” entered the room carrying 3 big photo albums. They all belonged to their deceased Mom “allah yer7amha” who passed away 4 years ago of Lever Cirrhosis.
One album was of their mom during uni days in Qatar, another one has pics of her engagement party & wedding party. Third has pics of their mom with each one of them when they were kids; since they were babies till they grew up..
My heart was aching, I was so astonished and intimidated by the amount of patient each one of them has. I couldn’t hold myself, it was so emotional and just too much for me to handle….I pretended that am tired and went to bed earlier than the plan. And I barely slept that night.
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
.أيام صيف 91 لما كنا نروح المصيف في إحدى القرى الريفية الساحرة :P
ذكرت الناس بالديرة
Monday, May 17, 2010
The other day I watched an episode of Oprah's show where she intereviewd a group of guys who called themselves "The Burried Life" after the famous poem by Mattew Arnold. Each one of them listed ten things they want to do before they die and started making some come true...and actually crossed out many of them :D
So I thought to myself, what are the ten things I really want to do before I die?
I made my own list, that am going to share with you all. Make your own list, set some goals and start LIVING your life because before you know it, it will be too late!
And here's my list:
1. I want to go to Afghanistan "Herat & Kabul specifically". I want to see the places mentioned in "A Thousand Splendid Suns" Novel by Khaled Hosseini ...I want to build a school for kids like Maryam :'( and adopt a child from the orphanage Laila worked in :(
Yegool el sha3r Saib Tabrizi..e7m e7m:
Every street in Kabul is enthralling to the eye
Through the bazaars, caravans of Egypt pass
One could not count the moons that shimmer on her roof
And the thousand splendid suns that hide behind her walls
2. I want to ride my childhood friend's bicycle again!
3. I want to sky dive!
4. I want to publish a book that can change something in ppl's life! *hopefully*
5. I want to start my own business, something related to *2* things I like the most in this life!
6. I want to pray in Al Aqsa...for once
7. And of course, I want to go for Hajj....And pay for the entire trip from my own pocket
9. Invest in my little sister's education till she graduates from high school inshallah
10. Will tell you some other time!
Friday, May 14, 2010
Mini Bloggger Meet Up
Date: 9th of May 2010 Time: 7:30 PM Place: [------] Café
Attendees: Shahrazad, Um 3azzan (Arabian Princess), Reality in Oman, Nadia (Dhofari Gucci), Spot (Spot’s Republic) and I.
2:33 PM I got a text message from Shahrazad:
“ Hi Faith, Um 3azzan & I are meeting up tonight with Dhofari Gucci & Reality. Care to join? :) “
I replied right away and we agreed that Um 3azzan passes by both of us. 30 minutes before the meeting, Spot decided to join, she couldn’t miss such a meeting!
So we arrived almost on time. It felt weird in a funny way at the beginning to meet up with people I always read their blogs and whom I always wondered how they look like in reality and stuff. It’s interesting to see the faces behind the nicknames I should say! :)
Shahrazad: So Nadia who you think is Faith?
*Me & Spot standing next to each other and smiling at Reality and Nadia*
Nadia: *Pointing at me* this must Faith!
So we had our seats. I’ve never imagined that I’d ever feel that shy. I barely said a word at the beginning. I pretended to be a good listener to the discussions that had begun where I was feeling sooo shy inside, don’t ask me why. But in 15 minutes later or so I started to mangle in and spoke a little. Throughout the discussion, Nadia kept on shaking her head and she was like “Faith…Faith..I always thought you’re a tiny short girl..GOD” and on other times she went like “I should have brought my grill pink shades”
Anyways, soo we discussed various hot topics, every one of us had something to share: opinions, real stories, laughs, sighs…etc etc. Worthy to mention that so many spot on sorta questions were raised by Shahrazad (P.S. she’d make a good TV host in the future, she’s SO getting there ;D)
We all enjoyed the gathering [Well I hope?] I personally enjoyed it so much the way I almost forgot about my Ceaser’s salad I ordered :p, I kept on listening carefully to what each lady’s got to say. And yah I was watching how rebellious Reality was even when she’s eating, and how Nadia preferred to eat her sandwiches her very own way :P. Spot was almost the most talkative *Mashallah* :p. Um 3azzan was mesmerizing *as she always is*, Ialways liked the way she puts her thoughts. And yah, [I can't miss mentioning this]: Shahrazad was caught many times texting her Mr :p.
Random quotes from the meet-up:
Um3azzan: “"أنا أحب بالعربي
Spot: “Three years of torture…walla!”
Reality: “Give me anything…but flowers!”
Nadia: “I better speak in English, you’ll laugh at my Dhofari accent”
PS: Sorry ladies if I surprised you, but had to post something about it! :D
احبة قلبي إن قلبي نزيلكم وحاشا نزيل الاكرمين يضام سلام عليكم ماارق وصالكم وغاية مجهود المقل سلام
Till next time Dear Readers & Dear Me
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
أول وحده قوييةTill next time :)
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Sunday, May 2, 2010
Sunday, April 25, 2010
"Friends come and go like a season. People change, life changes...but there're things that will never change. Shoulders you'll always come back to cry on"
Go girl, hit and kick backs! (A)
Anyways, show is over.
Good night kids and see you all next week...I know you will miss me not :p! But what the heck, I'll miss you too!!
Saturday, April 24, 2010
. The other day I was parking my car by the supermarket where an old man with a dirty and messed up dishdasha approached me. He greeted me and then asked me if he can wash my car. I greeted him back and nodded my head as a sign of agreement. I returned to my car and found him done cleaning and he was washing for prayers. I gave him his money, he beamed and headed over to where he left his bucket and stuff, and he waved at me and then lifted his hands up in prayer. He’s probably in his sixties. I couldn’t help it; my eyes tore up. I totally admire his self-respect, and the fact that he’s working to earn money instead of begging like many young healthy people do.
. My younger sister is currently doing a clinical Pediatrics rotation (clinical clerkship). The other day they received a 2-weeks old baby who was found near a public school in Muscat. They did full check-up, he was in a good health, thanks god, and he was named AbdulRahman.
Before their on-call shift ended, they passed by the ward the baby was in, and they saw the baby staring at the TV in total stillness, a live broadcasting of Isha prayers from Mecca was on. They cried. Everyone did.
To be continued.
Thursday, April 22, 2010
فرع الميوه – آبل
Till next time
Monday, April 19, 2010
Friday, April 16, 2010
1. This is the cover of the original book:
2. Alice is widely assumed to be based on the daughter of a family friend of the author, Lewis Carrol. This is the real Alice:
3. Lewis Carroll was suffering from constant migraine attacks [reminds you of someone? :p]. A syndrome called "Alice in wonderland syndrome" was names after him. This syndrome causes certain hallucinations associated to migraine. He had used his own migraine experiences as a source of inspiration for his two books Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) and its sequel, Through the Looking Glass (1871).
This is Caroll:
4. One of the funniest parts of the story is The Mad Tea Party. I have been using the term "unbirthday" as a joke...I think we really need to celebrate every UNBIRTHDAY in our life :p. From Wikipedia
An unbirthday (originally written un-birthday) is an event that can be celebrated on any day that is not the person's birthday. It is a neologism coined by Lewis Carroll, giving rise to "The Unbirthday Song" in the 1951.
The Unbirthday Song:
A very merry unbirthday
Let's all congratulate us with another cup of tea
A very merry unbirthday to me
Now blow the candle out, my dear
And make your wish come true
A very merry unbirthday to youuuu!!
Last but not least, a very merry Unbirthday to you dear me and dear readers.
Till next time!