Bad electricity service that we have here in Iraq couldn't give us more than 4 hours in the day. In lucky days, we have 7 hours of electricity at the most level.
That pushed my dad to buy us a light that works on battery, so we can continue our homework after the generators turn off. Every one in the family has his own torch.
This my mother's:
my and my sister's torches:
mine is the blue, my sister's is the red.
Well, I remember my father when he bought me this one. I was so happy (really happy). It is the most useful thing that you can spend your money on.
And this one with a fan too is kept it in the living room:
But that is not enough for the country which doesn't have electricity most of the time. So we have this one:
what we used before we bought this? Good question, this is what we used before:
And this is another picture of our suffering, Najma talked about it in her blog and said
This is the electricity traffic light, it's in the entrance of our home, just before the door... The green light is for" the electricity is on". The yellow is for "the neighborhood generator is on". The blue light is for "the neighbor's generator is on"... Each family has its way to know the kind of electricity they're having...Well, we have a traffic light.
Mosul family's blog and our new post" Moslawi News" on dad's blog..