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This isn’t rotation, this is preparation.

14 Sep

Well, it seems I’m not the only one thinking..the question isn’t IF but WHEN… Dailymail1 has also been thinking along the same lines as myself.

So, here’s what I’m talking about……..

Michigan – 700 deployed to Kuwait

Monatague – Troops headed to Kuwait NOT Iraq

Rhode Island – Troops from Rhode Island headed to Kuwait

West Virginia – 1800 Troops from West Virginia heading to Kuwait

NH – The biggest deployment since WWII heading for Kuwait

New England –  Deployment commences

Ok, you get my point, I’m not posting any more links BUT ….there are also troops heading here from Florida, Minnesota, New York,  New Hampshire, Delaware, New England and Lousiana………these are the ones that I have found so far….



Are America going to give us a ‘false flag’ attack?

Are Iran going to hit Israel?

Are Israel going to hit Iran?

Are America going to hit Iran?


All I can say is, God Help Us.

Update: Just read two more .. Alma and Tennessee National Guard also on their way.

This isn’t rotation……….this is preparation.

Role reversal for 2010

13 Sep
Cover of "Daddy Day Care (Special Edition...

Cover of Daddy Day Care (Special Edition)

I just finished watching ‘Daddy Day Care’. I love that movie. Eddie Murphy is hilarious and his son….well, absolutely adorable. It got me thinking, how would that work for my husband and I? I go to work, he stays at home and becomes a househusband…

What’s a househusband? A stay at home dad or house husband is a term many westerners use to describe a father who is the main caregiver of the children and/or is the homemaker of the household. As families have evolved, the practice of being a stay-at-home dad has become more common…

How would that work here?LOL…oh I shouldn’t laugh because I’m one of the lucky ones, my husband irons his own shirts, can make his own dinner and if I wanted him to, could clean the house and do a pretty good job…he even changes diapers and makes up bottles of milk…long term tho? No, I don’t think he could cope.

Stay at home dads in the western world are still stereotyped but it is becoming more and more socially acceptable…here, however, it would be totally unacceptable due to the culture.

So when did it become OK for men to ‘stay at home’? How did this change come about?

Well it dates back to World War Two. Everything started to change in WW11, the vast majority of men had to go to war and therefore women had to fill many positions that would have been deemed unsuitable. This increase in working women became one of the few times in history where women were praised for work outside the home.

So is there an advantage to a stay at home dad rather than a stay at home mum?

Personally, I love being a stay at home mum.

I enjoy every minute I spend with my kids BUT the bond between father and child is just as important as the mother’s in the overall social and emotional development of a child. Emotionally and mentally father’s may actually help their children long term, mothers reassure toddlers when they become frustrated while fathers encourage them to manage their frustration. This helps the children learn to deal with stress and frustration which is important to achieve at a young age.

A 1996 study by McGill University found that the “single most important childhood factor in developing empathy is paternal involvement in childcare.

So there you have it Dads…you are as equally important if not more in the first five years of your child’s life.

So, no matter how tired you are from work, take an hour out of your day and spend it with your kids! Take them to play ball or go for a walk…spend some time with your kids, it’s not only the mums that matter!

Life is not a soap opera

2 Sep

Say the two words, ‘soap opera’ today and the first thing that might come to your mind is Paris Hilton’s life.

Scandal? Drama? Intrigue? Vanity? Petty feuds and vendettas? Check.

Slutty boots? Check

Arrested? Check

Released and re-arrested? Check.

Sex Icon? Check

Drama Queen? Check

Life in Kuwait is becoming very ‘Paris Hilton’ish’… Betrayal, Deception, Lies, Drama, lots and lots of drama…

Speaking of drama… I loved this

What is the cause? Too much television? Too much westernization? Or, are people just losing their self-respect?

Television teaches. If it didn’t, there would be no commercials on the screen, because advertisers want people to learn a behavior,

to learn to buy their products. So, what do you think of these shows that we have been seeing for the last 3 weeks? What do they teach us?

During this holy month, should we not be learning about discipline, poverty and the right thing to do, the right path to lead? Instead, all I have been seeing/hearing is lies, deception, adultery and so much more…

We should use television to save life on Earth not destroy it.

Many people here watch ‘Desperate Housewives’, ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, ‘Zawarat khamees’ madre sheno ba3ad bes.. these are television shows. That’s it. Life is not a soap opera.

Just a few days ago I was watching a show and the man was running off to live his life with two maids? Another show, girl was having a relationship with her teacher? Is this ‘HEALTHY’ tv? That one guy that tells you after 12 hours that he loves you – he doesn’t. That one girl that tells you your the only one for her after 12 hours – your not. Just because Eva Longoria can run off with the gardener in Desperate Housewives doesn’t mean you can.

To come out with a statement like, ‘ana free, ana open minded’ …’s bull****. Do you know the definition of having an ‘open mind’? Here in Kuwait this statement has taken on a whole new meaning.

Just to clarify, it does not mean, here’s the green light.. and you guys know exactly what I mean by that.

Angel Ivy as Masked Midia

For godsake, get a grip on the real are NOT living in a Soap Opera.

You have responsibilities to yourself, your family, your job and your studies.

Time to Grow Up?

Time to remove your mask and start living in the real world.


28 Aug
Nails quevaal

AOL is reporting that a 50-year-old Sri Lankan woman who worked as a maid for a large family in Saudi Arabia for five months was allegedly tortured by some of the family members hammering nails into her body.

The woman, who flew back to Colombo, Sri Lanka, from Riyadh on Saturday night, was brought to the hospital by her concerned children Monday. X-rays showed there were 23 nails embedded in her body.

“Some of the nails were 2 inches long,” Dr. Prabath Gajadeera of Kamburupitiya Base Hospital told AOL News today. “Most of the nails were embedded in her arms and legs. She didn’t even realize how many were in there.”

How on earth can that happen?

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