Introducing myself and my journal: Loitering in Tuti Island and Eating Cake
A Sudaniya who is in love with her country,her people, her food, her culture, her music , her religion, her family and her work. She likes walking around Khartoum, talking to witty grandmothers, drinking lemon juice, going to subheyat (bridal-dancing) and admiring the brides and the special treatment they get. A full- time student majoring in Mass communication. She wants to make documentaries about her beloved the Sudan and Africa. She wholeheartedly loves Africa and believes in her. She likes traditional accessories from developing countries, talking to strangers and smiling at random people. She is interested in women issues, human rights, photography, writing, poetry, nature and other people. She digresses alot and is very talkative. She is not proud to admit that she is big fat procrastinator but she can't change that about her. She drinks alot of water and she can't resist galaxy and after eight. She uses lipgloss obsessively and she loves bollywood. A big fan of summer dresses and colorful shawls. She owns an impressive amount of bags and is a proud shopaholic. She believes that she is going to make in difference even if it's a slight one and she is willing to make the Sudan a better place for future generations.
Sudan,peace,women's issues,bags,books,literary magazines,the BBC,collecting bookmarks,eating cake,travelling
Sudan, peace, finding an interesting graduate school
My Vision for the Future:
I want to live in a Sudan at peace with itself. I want to open a bookstore with a little cafe inside. I want to start a project to help war orphans express their creativity
My Areas of Expertise:
gender issues,sudan,africa,human rights,Islam and democracy,non-fiction books,politics,research,communications