To those of you who celebrate this holiday I wish you good health for the new year and and many blessings. God willing next year we will be able to make the pilgrimage your self and celebrate our Eid in the Holy City of Mecca.
I had a good day. We got up early got dressed and headed out to meet Hassan who had to work Thursday night at the masjid for the Eid prayer and khutba (Sermon). We went to a small mosque for the Eid Prayer not the big to do down town. With Hassan having had to work we just felt it would be easier so that is why no fashion parade to report.
After Eid Prayer we went to Denny’s for Breakfast, then home for the girls to change. Then we made a trip to JoAnn’s fabric and craft for Wedding stuffs, since I had the 20% off total purchase, 50% off one regularly priced item, and several 40% off coupons we decided to take advantage of at least one store on Black Friday. JoAnns surprisingly not all that busy.
After our spree at JoAnns the kids and I went to the dollar movies to see FAME (I’m gonna live forever…Light up the sky like a flame…..FAME….People will see me and cry>>>> Remember….remember…..remember) “So you wanna be famous? Well fame costs and right here’s where you start paying in sweat” Apparently the movie got terrible ratings but the kids and I enjoyed it. It was a decent remake of an “old” movie. (Sorry don’t consider the 80’s old)
Who is dying to see the “Breakfast Club” besides me? I love that movie. Got into an argument with some kids yesterday who said all the people who played teens in that movie were too old to be playing teenagers.
I said Judd Nelson was way too old to be playing a teen he was pushing 30 at the time. I knew Molly and Anthony were exactly my age which was 17 at the time. Emilio and Alley Sheedy were 23 so technically too old but not TOO old to play a teen they had the right look.
So anyway now I am dying to see the Breakfast Club. Must make a run to the movie store to see if they have it .
Anyway Eid Mubarak