Friday, September 05, 2008

Five years, Five Ramadans!

Though I've been on blogs since August 2003 it was only in September that I made my first post.. it's been five whole years full of laughter, tears and tough but useful learning processes.

It has also been five Ramadans, and the first week of Ramadan 08 is almost coming to an end already. Mashallah!

Thank you to those of you my friends who have sent me their congratulations that is really appreciated from the heart.

I would like to take the opportunity of this podium to wish everyone a Blessed Holy Month of Ramadan to you and your families.

Highlander

13 comments:

nasimlibya said...

have a nice ramadan
ramadan mubark

7mada said...

Ramadan Kareem to you & your family. InshaAllah 'keep on smiling'.

All the best.

WEDA said...

RAMDANANK MABROOK W ADWAK MAHLWAK...........I WISH U ALL THE BEST LUCK

Beacon said...

Ramadan Mubarak to you and your family Highlander.

Anonymous said...

Back atcha Highlander. I hope that the next year brings you and yours much prosperity and happiness. Currently, we here in the US are facing an unexpectedly close race as to just who the next leader of our country is going to be. The nomination of Sara Palin as Vice President for John McCain seems to have totally turned the race upside down. My questions to you are...

1. Have you been following this development?

and

2. If so, what's your take on it?

3. What, if anything is being said in your circles in the Middle East?

4. Do you even give a flying flip who the next president of the US is in your country?

Forward looking people here might just want to know.

You never know, It might just help.

Friend as always,
Curt

Anonymous said...

Curt from Houston said...

Back atcha Highlander. I hope that the next year brings you and yours much prosperity and happiness. Currently, we here in the US are facing an unexpectedly close race as to just who the next leader of our country is going to be. The nomination of Sara Palin as Vice President for John McCain seems to have totally turned the race upside down. My questions to you are...

1. Have you been following this development?

and

2. If so, what's your take on it?

3. What, if anything is being said in your circles in the Middle East?

4. Do you even give a flying flip who the next president of the US is in your country?

Forward looking people here might just want to know.

You never know, It might just help.

Friend as always,
Curt

Chris in MB said...

happy ramadan, sorry that I've been so reclusive

Khalid said...

Happy anniversary, and blessed Ramadan !
I hope you enjoy your time and keep writing, it is always nice to see this blog active...

a_akak said...

Ramadan Mubarik and may allah bless you

PS: we need more posts from u :)

Fe Aman Allah

Highlander said...

Nasim, Weda, Khalid, Beacon and A. Akak thanks you very much and it's good to see you here. :)

7mada you always show up at the right time just like Lost Libyano, I know you read me but when will you write again ? :P


Curt you are about to get your wish realised :P Thanks my friend.

Chris welcome back :)

7mada said...

Soon. I hope to visit first :-)

dusk till dawn said...

salam
sorry its late wishes.
on behave of my wife and me , we wish u a very healthy and peaceful fasting, and Ramadan mubarak ,

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