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Anna, as sick as you get I'm not sure you will be able to fast ever.. but that's ok Allah doesnt wish for us to be sick.
Kareema, I have never met anyone who loves Ramadan and fasting as much as you, you must have great parents and family.
Our Ramadan is going very well, especially now with HSing we get lots of time to focus and learn about Islam and Ramadan
Thank you Heather(hettyhoo) for my beautiful siggy
Islam Jr. 09-20-2003 * Sumaiya-Alee 09-07-2007 *Angel Baby 01-08-2010
I am with you guys it hardly feels like ramadan at all as I am not fasting again this year. For some reason even less so than last year, which I also didn't fast due to my pregnancy, but last year I was able to go to the mosque for taraweeh a few times (that's out now since my son is going to bed so early and I have nobody else to stay home with him). It's really unfestive feeling. I haven't even seen any other muslims I know since Ramadan began either. Holiday's just don't seem very holiday-ey when you're the only one around who observes them . Insha'allah next year will be better, and he will be a bit older so I will try to decorate too and start some traditions of our own.