Wednesday, May 15, 2013

I am back :)

Why isnt everybody living the life of their dreams?

after 9 years of blogging, i am now abig big girl, i get married and i have a job in one of the most awful places" hospital" where i play the role of pharmacist and spend the time with sick iraqies, what a bless!
No, really...it's not that bad. I take used to the smell of pain and the dull sick faces and the sound of crying that fill the hospital with mess.
I take used, that i am no more the iraqigirl hadia...i am the iraqiwoman hadia, i am a housekeeper and a wife!


I am a married woman!
And when a girl get marrie in our sosciety everything is gona change,
her house,
Her family,

Her dreams,
Her thoughts,
Her friends,
Her duties and her responsabilities.
Her personality,
And
Her hoppies,

Everything even herself!

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30 comments:

Tom Villars said...

Wow it has been a while since you last posted.

If it is not too personal a question, did you marry for love or was it arranged by your family?

Caesar of Pentra said...

Welcome back. It seems most of Iraqi bloggers quit blogging.
I'm sorry to know that you are facing difficult times. But lemme get this straight. Weren't those your own decisions? I mean being a pharmacist and getting married.

Hadia said...

My marriage based on love... i was and will spend my life loving my husband...

Hadia said...

I don't regret my decisions but i only can't find myself on them.

Hadia said...

Most of iraqies quit blogging either because they are no more living in iraq or the situations are so complicated to be explained and pictured by words!

Anonymous said...

Hi I read your book and I am currently doing an essay on the topic of your book. I am glad to find out you are married! I wish you many happy years with your husband :)

Anonymous said...

Hadia what topic do you think it would be better to argue ... woman's rights in Iraq or violence in Iraq or living standards in Iraq? :S

thank you

Anonymous said...

Is Iraq safe for outsiders now as we have to visit for some work?

Hadia said...

No dear, it's not safe for thr outsiders and for the insiders as well :(

Hadia said...

" living standars in iraq" propably will be the best inshallah :)

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light and shadow said...

There is a book in bengali language what contains some blog-posts made by you while war was going on in Iraq, you were a school going girl that time. I myself translated those blogs. Please reply. I will make you inform about that book.

Sankar Bhadra [India[

Hadia said...

Sound interesting! I have no information about this. I will be gland to hear more details!

light and shadow said...

Thank you for responding. That book titled 'Akhon Irak' [Iraq Presently]is a compilation of blog-posts written by you and others such as Rosebaghdad and some others who used to contribute to iraqigirlblogspot.com while war was going on. I and my friend Sandip Mukherjee took an initiative to translate some of those posts. That time newspapers served lots of news narrating war. We liked to listen from people like you who were living in war-field practically, where life and death were woven fine. We first discovered HNK's posts and I immidiately started to translate them. Sandip translated other's posts. It's in Bengali language, one of the major languages of India. A publishing concern agreed to publish them. And came out the book probably in 2007. It was not any earning venture from our and the publisher's ends. We wanted to make people aware of that devastating war and listen victims directly from them. Right now the book is not with me. I will feel pleasure to send some scanned pages of it over mail. I tried to search you out several times and ultimately feeling very happy for connecting you. You are a grown up lady now,in the meantime you have married....lots of congratulations....wish your and your family's well being....

Sankar Bhadra [India]

Raghda Hayali said...

If only we could meet, I would have tried to help finding YOU again <3 I am sure you can find your way back to old you, old habits never die :P

Robiul Hasan said...

Great article posting. Thanks for sharing. Please keep it up to date.

jarvenpa said...

May the changes in your life allow your true beauty and nature to shine out, and may you find happiness.

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Anonymous said...

Hey Hadia, I am a journalism student at the University of Hong Kong and stumbled across your blog. Your posts are fascinating, and I was wondering if you would be keen on being "pen-friends" for my project. Please email me at: idesai@hku.hk

Look forward to hearing from you!

Jan said...

hi hadia,

i read your book with blogposts.
I wonder how your family is doing, your sister Naima and father and mother and other relatives. You still live in Mosul? Take care there.

I hope you post something here again.

October 7 2013

Again, take care,
Jan

Jan said...

My congratulations for being married.

Hadia said...

Thank you :)
Yes, i am still in iraq.
Najma is a mother of one beautiful little girl. She is now in Austerallia studying the master.

Lark Abroad said...

Congratulations on your marriage! I am just a few pages into your book and had to come find your blog. I am an American English teacher and I am so happy that you take the time to share your thoughts on your blog and in your book. Please don't stop. The world needs to hear your words.

Jan said...

Good to hear that your sister is in Australia. And you hadia, are you still doing fine?

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Lauren said...

Hi Hadia! I just finished reading your book and it was very touching. I learned a lot about what your life is like and I am sorry for your troubles. I hope you had fun at your wedding!! Write soon!!!

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Anonymous said...

my dear, I am so sorry for all the troubles you have to face, and I admire you for your strength. I know this post is over a year old, but I wondered, why would you have to stop working when you get married? do you like your work, and if so, why should you stop? who says so? and why should you listen to someone else besides yourself? is there anything else you would like to do instead? I hope you will be able to do more of what makes you happy.
lots of love from somewhere far away --

Hadia said...

Thanks alot mrs. Annonymous.
I didn't stop my work after marriage, I stopped practicing my hobbits. That's all.