I hope you had a fantastic Eid. My husband had to work on the first day of Eid, so we delayed our family Eid dinner. One thing we weren’t able to delay, however, was opening gifts. The girls woke up when daddy came home from work and were so excited that we opened gifts late at night. Kids are fun.
One thing I wanted to share with you guys is an interview I did with 100 Days in Appalachia, an “independent, nonprofit news outlet incubated at the Media Innovation Center of West Virginia University Reed College of Media in collaboration with West Virginia Public Broadcasting (WVPB) and The Daily Yonder of the Center for Rural Strategies in Kentucky.” And yes, I copied and pasted that directly from their website. I know I am a bit late sharing, but I only just saw the article myself. Please do consider giving it a read!
You can read the article, titled “Appalachians at Home and around the World are Celebrating a Ramadan They ‘Never Imagined’” here.