FACES WOJOOH

Friday, August 28, 2015


HEAVEN DESTINATION that offers a fusion of luxurious types of fragrances, make-up and skincare products. Thanks to its innate understanding of women’s desires and concerns! Today a regional network of over 70 stores are available in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Egypt, Jordan Syria and Lebanon. I really get super excited when there is a launch of a new brand, I feel like it’s a challenge for me to try out something new, test and see if it works or not! I have to admit, I really stay in my comfort zone when it comes to makeup, no one would want to go out and go crazy and buy some new items and you know there is a lot more products you already know out there that you can buy!













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ABDALI

Sunday, August 23, 2015


ABDALI Didn't you thought at the first sight that this picture was taken in Dubai? (Haha, kidding!) A quick picture was taken by me for Abdali Towers here in Jordan. I think I am the only one in Jordan who haven't been to Boulevard yet! For those who don't know, The Abdali project opened its doors last year, so sad to hear that they refer it as “downtown”! We already have an amazing downtown here in Amman (elbalad) that has been inhabited from around 6,500 B.C. Money can never create anything as beautiful and meaningful as the citadel in downtown Amman! What do you think?


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TO MY LOVELY SISTER : ABEER

Friday, August 21, 2015


Before you were sick, you were strong.
When you were diagnosed, you were brave.
As you fought your illness, you were cheerful
when you won, you were graceful.
As you begin to heal, you are determined
Every moment of your life you are loved.
 
 
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K-DRAMA REVIEW: HOUSE OF BLUEBIRD 파랑새의 집

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

  House of Bluebird addresses the differing inter-generational attitudes of Koreans towards work; and the conflict between the desire to fulfill personal dreams and the need to make a living.


HELLO I am finally back to blogging after I finished my summer course in the university, sorry for lack of posts! Well, new idea came up to my mind, since I am so interested in Korea (literally everything about it) I am going to add a new section to the blog "Korean Corner" this time I am doing this review post for Korean drama I have been watching since May, I am


I have been watching Korean drama since 2009, I have never been into a series like this! This one was completely different from other series, I mean how can a drama be sooo real?! I really treasured this drama very much. Watched the whole of it without missing an episode. I liked how is it funny, very emotional, well written script, very good cast and acting and director. I really loved the ending and it's obvious that it is a happy ending for all.


Genre: Domestic | Romance | Comedy | Drama
Written by: Choi Hyun-kyung & Park Pil-joo
Directed by: Ji Byung-hyun
Starring: Lee Joon-hyuk, Chae Soo-bin, Lee Sang-yeob, Kyung Soo-jin
Composer: Lee Ji-yong
Original language: Korean
No. of episodes: 50
  



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STUFFED GRAPE LEAVES / WARAK ENAB

Thursday, August 06, 2015



 ARABIAN FOOD I was planning during the month of Ramadan, to post Middle Eastern recipes where you can try them at home, but my plans didn't go at as I thought! Anyway, today I am sharing with you pictures for one of my favorite recipes so far warak enab bi zeit (stuffed grape leaves). Hmmm .. Where to begin on this wonderous creation? Before I go any further, I have to start off by saying I adore stuffed grapeleaves or warak enab, or maashi in arabic. This is yummy dish that is made throughout the Eastern Mediterranean – including the Arab world. 

  Stuffed grape leaves are not hard to make; but they are nuisance to make, which is why they are generally served for special occasions such as christmas, easter, guests coming over, that type of thing. They don't even take that long to cook; but the rolling is the issue. The dish of grape leaves is often served as an appetizer in restaurants throughout Jordan. But, in homes, it's one of many main dishes served at the table. So you will often have molokhia, chicken, grape leaves and cucumber yogurt salad all in one sitting. Or, as we do at home on occasion, you can make the grape leaves as a main dish and eat it with a salad.







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