Sunday, July 24, 2011

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Is that you Mr.Manti

Say "hello" to Mr. Manti who was enjoying the afternoon sun on my back deck by the kitchen door when I attempted to take these pictures. It was a hot day at the end of September when this creature decided to creep on us. Then Sheila goes, "Animal! Animal! Animal! AAH!". She had a hard time getting in the house with this tiny creature hovering right in front of the kitchen door.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Andrea represents Panama

Andrea graceful shows off her lovely skirt her mother got for her from Panama.
I took this picture during a fashion show at the International Bazaar 2011 in my university. Andrea is the younger daughter of Lali, a friend of mine from Panama. She has two beautiful daughters, Ashley and Andrea.

"Mamma" says Aaon

In this lovely picture is Ola, in her beautiful Jordani dress holding Aaon, her older son. Ola Albakheet is from Jordan and is doing her undergraduate in the same university as me. I see her almost every week day as we have classes in the same building. She is a mother of two extremely adorable kids. Her husband goes to the same university too. Whenever I see her, she is always jolly and happy. Sometimes I wonder, how she can keep up with her busy classes and taking care of her sons. She is a lovely girl and I'm honored to know her.

Gunyo Choli

I took this picture sometime during the first weekend of March 2009. My Nepalese sisters were getting ready for the big event of the semester, The International Bazaar. The dress they are wearing is Gunyo Choli, a traditional costume of Nepal.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Spanish and German

Meet Sheila (on the back) and Julia (the front), two wonderful people I've met in this journey of life. I took these pictures on a beach in Florida, when we went there for the spring break of 2010. Good times and lots of good memories!

Monday, January 10, 2011

The players

Nepalese Soccer players from the NYNYC team, ready for a game in Boston during the ANA (Associations of Nepalese in America) Convention 2010.
The NYNYC team was sponsored by Disalvo Designs, a jewelry company based in NY.