Dating in the middle east
Now, as a housewife and a stay-at-home mom, I try to pursue more realistic goals—like an undisturbed night’s sleep and a great cup of coffee.
While enjoying the time I get to spend with my family, I was inspired to write Before getting married, I had never had a boyfriend/lover/acquaintance (whatever you want to call it) before.
The girl notifies her family, the couple gets married, and they live happily ever after.
The timeline of events is not as simple as it seems, but this, my friends, is vaguely how I got married. A love story that will leave your heart beating madly. I went to a prestigious private college in the outskirts of Cairo.
The fondness we had for each other quickly turned into love.
I was later told that the first time Mohammed (my husband) saw me was in front of the lecture hall.
Anyway, there are other ways to marry if you are not really into the dating scene.
I remember when I saw that e-mail and wondered why the hell I received an e-mail with the letter h in it from someone in the university. With her distinct and humorous storytelling, Soad offers her personal account of courtship in the Middle East. Originally from Egypt, she currently lives in Azerbaijan.