This last week we were in Dubai for the Arab Health Exhibition. This tradeshow is fast becoming the worlds largest tradeshow and exhibition in the healthcare industry. Before Arab Health started, The Husband and I decided to do a side trip to Oman for 2 days the weekend before Arab Health started. When we were… Continue reading Weekend Getaway: Muscat, Oman
Dr. Martin Luther King's 87th Birthday was last Friday, and yesterday was the official holiday in the US celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King. I was reading his "I Have a Dream" speech and couldn't help but dwell on the portion "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation… Continue reading Martin Luther King
Pineapple Upside Down cake I've always loved to eat this cake, but never thought to try to make this cake because I was feeling intimidated by the cake. I tried to make this for Easter one day, and followed the recipe but somehow I mixed up the sugar and salt, but the cake looked… Continue reading Pineapple Upside Down Cake
I love Middle Eastern food! I've also learned not to call it Middle Eastern food, instead call it Arabic food. One of my favorite go to meals is eating a Moushakel! I am not sure how to spell it, but it's one of my favorite go to foods! There are two places in Kuwait that… Continue reading Get your Moushakel while it's hot!
I am not a mother yet, but I hope I will be one in the future. As more and more of my friends have kids I can't help but wonder, what kind of mother will I be? There's a video that has been going around where Indra K. Nooyi, CEO of PepsiCo, was interviewed. Basically… Continue reading Can women have it all?
Today is Memorial Day in the United States of America. This day is set apart to remember all the brave men and women who have selflessly given their lives by serving our country. I know many people go away for the weekend, or celebrate by enjoying a great BBQ with their family and friends, but I hope… Continue reading Memorial Day
Valentines Day... The day that cards, chocolates, flowers, candy hearts are exchanged with their "valentines"..the day of love.... I remember as a child we would have Valentines Day parties in our classrooms. The teacher would decorate the room in red, pink, and white and we (children) would decorate shoe boxes for card holders. Then wait… Continue reading Happy Valentines Day … One day late
Martin Luther King, Jr. day was celebrated in the United States yesterday. It's a holiday dedicated to the memory of the civil rights activist and preacher, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. I look at Dr. King as a role model in my personal and professional life. The adversities that he had to go through in… Continue reading A Tribute- Martin Luther King, Jr