Well Eid El Fitr is just around the corner (tomorrow or the day after), ushering in the end of the holy month of Ramadan, and giving us our normal food-driven lives back.
Ahhh, i miss those coffee breaks at work 😉
The Eid in Tunisia is a great occasion for extended families to see each other and stay in touch, as they go around visiting each other and wishing one another a happy Eid.
This year, just like last year, we’ll call my wife’s family in Jordan, then we’ll be going for a spin among my relatives wishing them a happy Eid.
I think my mom will be cooking Mloukhia, which is my favourite dish. So maybe we’ll be having dinner at my parent’s place after we finish visiting the relatives.
The second day of Eid will most probably be a day of laziness for me, as i’ll try to cover all the close relatives in day one 😛
Maybe we’ll go out somewhere or just relax at home and watch a movie.
The Douz Festival starts this week too, so going down south again and attending it would be a great idea, if only i had the money to afford it.
Anyway, Sneen Dayma and Eid Mubarak to everyone 🙂