Flashback Friday to the foodie farewell Snapchat story!
As I lay to rest, I think of my family on the other side of the world waking up. … More
Living the Confused Expatriate Life Part 6 of a Few… Two Years Already? By: Ms. Hala I’ve passed my two … More
Sometimes it’s the little things in life that can make a huge difference in one’s day. As I sit here … More
It’s that time of year again, as Ramadan comes to a close and Eid is suddenly upon us. Ramadan is, … More
If you are in the Bay Area, services for Alice Nashashibi will be held this weekend as follows:
Sunday, March 3rd: Viewing at Duggans in Daly City from 3 to 9 pm with an open forum starting at 7pm for community members to share their thoughts.
Monday, March 4th: Funeral Mass starting at 12pm at the St. Thomas Moore Church in San Francisco. There will be an evening reception from 6-9pm at her home.
May she rest in God’s eternal peace… Ameen.
However, living this expatriate life comes with a couple of interesting confusions. Maybe I just lived in this wonderful tolerant city that is San Francisco to have to deal with this identity confusion that I’m dealing with now. I’m a Muslim Egyptian American expatriate who talks in a lovely California accent but “looks” and talks Arabic like an Egyptian. Confusing much? Apparently so!