A poem by Nimah Ismail Nawwab.
It’s Spring and I’m happy to be spending a week’s holiday in England. The weather is glorious, blossom is on the trees, the daffodils and tulips are in full bloom, and lambs are gamboling in the fields. It’s also Easter and the shops are full of chocolate eggs and bunnies and hot cross buns.
Wini-Marie Lyons will be graduating from Loyola University Law School at the end of May.
Greer Barlow has successfully completed her BSc with honors in Midwifery from South Bank University in London, England. She will be attending her graduation ceremony in April 2003.
Stephan Michael Stockenberger will graduate from San Marcos Baptist Academy in San Marcos, Texas on May 18, 2003. Mike attended San Marcos Academy from 2000 to 2003 after graduating from Dhahran Junior High School. He attended school in Dhahran from 1991 to 2000.
Rebecca Blunt Borders will be graduating from medical school in Arizona this May and will be doing her residency in Radiology at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
It costs £4.50 per car to cross the Severn Bridge into Wales from England. When my husband first took me to his homeland he told me the fee was only for the English (and even jokingly informed the person at the tollbooth that he had one English person in the car).
The Spanish Balearic islands of Ibiza and Majorca have an unpleasant reputation during the summer months because of the arrival of many holidaying European youths, unfortunately especially British, who create mayhem by their uncivilized behavior.
Poem by Nimah Ismail Nawwab. The voices of nations/ Silenced./ Generations upon generations,/ Stifled./ Powerful, creative minds/ Seized.
Did you know that certain parts of Dhahran are reputedly haunted? One area in particular seems to be a hive of paranormal activity.
Peter D. Swanson, son of Fred and Laurie Swanson of Dhahran, married Melanie Matic on September 14, 2002 at the Unitarian Church in Morristown, New Jersey. The bride is the daughter of Hosea and Rosalinda Matic of South Orange, New Jersey.
A poem by Nimah Ismail Nawwab - Freedom./ How this one word/ Haunts,/ Hooks,/ Entices us all!
As an expatriate heading home for good after living overseas for years, one of the biggest challenges you'll face is achieving the lifestyle you've earned with the retirement savings you have.
If you think you’ll never be able to afford a piece of original art to hang on your walls, then think again. You can have original art because you can create it yourself.
Rachel Mary Upton, daughter of Tim and Sheila Upton of Yanbu, Saudi Arabia, married Hans Weaver Baldwin, son of Alec and Christina Baldwin of Putaruru, Waikato, New Zealand on Friday, 14th, February 2003.
Do you spend whole days in the house? Do you feel cabin fever taking hold? Then take a day trip out around Dhahran – you may be surprised at what you find. So, turn off the television, put down the book, leave the housework and let’s go touring.
During the Eid holiday I spent a week at the Mediterranean resorts of San Remo and Monte Carlo. Our party of five traveled from Dhahran to Nice on British Airways flights via London.
So many friends in the US have asked me to write something about what it is like to be a woman in Saudi Arabia. That is a big question that cannot be answered in a word.
Chris Stevens, son of Ray and Sheila Stevens, was married in New Orleans, Louisiana on February 8, 2003 to Kim Anderson, daughter of Calvin & Melinda Anderson. Chris attended school in Abqaiq from 1978 - 1985 and was a returning student from 1990 - 1998.
What a joy to see both of our daughters engaged to such wonderful young men. It truly is an answer to our prayers. During the Christmas Holidays, both of our daughters accepted proposals.