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This Blog is a place to document the chronicles of life as she experiences them first hand: Islam, marriage, family, conception, travels, fashion disasters, food, friends, frustrations and blessings.
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October 12, 2008 <!–nadia–>
We don’t know our neighbors very well. In fact, we hardly know them at all. Most of the families living on our floor are locals, some of them are Lebanese, and I noticed a few Sudanese-looking kids. Needless to say, we were surrounded by Arabic-speaking families. That was until a year ago.
A few days before Eid last year, an Indian family moved into the apartment next door. I don’t go out much, so I never knew when the Emirati family, who used to stay there, moved out. One night, while I was home with my mother-in-law, the door bell rang. It was an Indian woman, who greeted me by saying, “Hi, can I borrow your wiper?”