Monday, October 12, 2009


Because I am PMSing
Because Cairo traffic is becoming more and more unbearable..
Cairo traffic is one of the things that you can never imagine unless you've experienced! It's just...ugly! I left work early and tried to go get my hair done... I spent a least 45 minutes looking for a parking spot and failed. I tried to go to my other was too crowded for words.

And soon I was on my way back home.

I did my hair. And it looks okay. It looks nice actually. And my make-up looks fine. And I have my red heels on :)

But Mohammed just got here and it's 8....the wedding started at 4. I've also promised a university friend to be there at his birthday gathering today (thinking I would be heading there now, from the wedding) and I don't know what to do!

TO be edited some other time!


clairedulalune said...

Oh nightmare Sara! Im glad you like your hair though and you gotta look great in red heels!

مى said...

I cried on the phone to my mom today on my way home from uni. That's how bad it was. And the sun stroke didn't help either. Funny you should mention that today, actually.

Red heels, sounds sexy! :)

Manju said...

red heels instantly perk up any outfit ^^
take some time and 'breathe', and i'm sure you'll feel less stressed.

i'm a new follower, thought i'd say hi ;)

S.Elisabeth said...

Ughh so annoying. I hate waiting, as bad as that sounds sometimes! I would probably be the crazy person in the middle of traffic going nuts.

Chelsea Talks Smack said...

red heels usually make me feel better :)

Anna said...

oh missy-- i hope things start to look up. : ) it must be something universal because i've been feeling so grumpy and irritated lately! oy. hugs to you & thanks for checking in on is going well. tests this week. :/
wish me luck!

cairo, lusaka, amsterdam said...

Traffic is one of the worst things about Cairo :( It really is unbearable! In the end I used to just go to places near me as much as possible, even though it made me miss Zamalek an Downtown.

Shokoofeh said...

Ah I hate that kind of traffic! We have the same story here in Tehran... awh!

Farah said...

oh god, sounds like a nightmare! but still you were actually patient enough to go through it and still get your hair done! I would have just gone home and try to fix it myself. heels! woman you better post up outfit pictures I tell you! ;)

Ju said...

I hope it will all be forgotten soon, the rant i mean.
But traffic... I live in London and is quite bad here, but in São Paulo (Brazil) where I come from, it is unbearable.

sarah said...

i understand what you mean. i was in cairo years and years ago, so i can imagine how much more congested the traffic is becoming

its so irritating to have your life ruled by other people on the road