To the States and back
After a month back in the States, I’m back in the KS of A. Life goes on I guess. Just finished 15 days of giving and participating in training. The crew is ready and students registered. And now, the year begins.
There’s not a whole lot to mention because after you’ve experienced the life here, it gets old fast. There are ups and downs and time in between.
I hope to start running soon with a buddy from work.
Study. Sit. Watch pranks on Youtube. Work. Sleep. Repeat.
My creativity has really gone south since moving to the KSA. I can’t wait to start my vacation - only 46 left until it’s back to the States!
It’s been ten years since I accepted Islam as my faith and moral compass. In the ten years of practicing, I haven’t been a part of better communities than those I found in Duluth, MN and Beaverton, OR. I think due to the small city size, many different folks from all backgrounds came together to make a community. The feeling of brotherhood and diversity has been absent from every other city I’ve ever lived in or visited.
A wise man once told me that I should never be at a loss for words. “Words exist to describe every moment, we must learn them to live a more articulate life.”
Assalamu 3alaykoum akhi:), my English is not good enough to make the right sentences, so I hope it's not too bizarre: my question is what is your main job? I saw many photos in the Arabian states, but what do you really work for... Thank you for answering
Wa alaykum salaam,
I am a site director of an English program in the KSA. :)