Thursday, June 21, 2007

Here we go again

This is the time of year people flee for vacations. My family will go to Jordan before me as usual. Which means I will have significantly more time on my hands.

This year however its a little different, I have no one leaving the country and wants live with me until then. I have no single friends who prefer to live in my house than theirs ... etc.

This means that this year I will be lonely. Alone. One is the loneliest number.

The plus side is you will be seeing a whole lot more from me in terms of photographs, blog posts and online matches (for those who know me on XBOX Live).

I need to start on a useful project to help put the time to good use. Which I know I will plan but never do, and will end up so bored before my vacation that reading the dictionary would pass as entertainment.

Please all, recommend good books.

4 comments:

  1. "One is the lonliest number" I like that I might quote you on this :)

    I'll recommend a couple of good books that would suite your mood:

    1) Soul Mountain (True Story, a man in China is diagnosed with lung cancer doctors say you have a few months to live, 4 weeks later he goes through tests again and nothing is wrong with him... so he decides to go on a trip... on foot) It won a noble prize.

    2) You've Got to Read this book!... the title says it all, recommendations for books that changed lives by famous people.

    ok enough said... if you want a business book go for Good to Great

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  2. I don't know if it is ok to recommend a book that you have just started reading.
    "I will give you my wish list"

    1-The Places In Between - Rory Stewart
    he talks in this book about his own experiance in Afghanistan.

    2-Snow - Orhan Pamuk
    It is a novel...it is the second on my list. So many people recommend it.

    3- Cities of Salt – Abulra7man Munif

    I really wish I can read this book. It is forbidden here in Saudi Arabia.
    Amazon.com refused to ship it to Jeddah!

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  3. Well, summers in Doha are tough...

    Since you're into photography, why not join the QL Photoshoot tomorrow night at the Corniche? http://www.qatarliving.com/node/21184

    Also, many people just plain kill their boredom by hanging out on Qatar Living (http://www.qatarliving.com)

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  4. Good that we will see u blogging more frequently :-)

    U wanna read for wisdome? 3alaika be 'The Alchemist' for Paulo Coelho...

    U wanna read for fun and suspense? 3alaika be Dan Brown's 'Digital Fortress'...
    bs el 5oof tkoon 2areehom tneenat-hom :-)

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