Ramadan Journal: Day 11: Grocery Bill | A Giveaway

by - July 31, 2012

If you are here for the first time, kindly read this post on Journal your Ramadan to understand this series better. Jazakumullah khair.
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I did not do any grocery shopping yesterday to photograph so I decided to take a photo of my incomplete grocery list. ;)
We are eleven days into Ramadan. Eleven! And to celebrate the good time we have had so far, I have a tiny giveaway. I would love to send one of you a pack of Felt Bow Paper Clip Set from Studio Calico. 


All you have to do is leave a comment here telling me what you like about my Ramadan Journal series and/or my blog in general, and what you would like to see more of. I'am kind of running out of ideas for blog posts and your feedback would be of great help. 


This giveaway is open for all, no matter where you live and will close on August 5, 2012. A winner will be chosen randomly and announced here on August 7, 2012 Insha Allah. 


Looking forward to reading your comments
Neelu

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6 comments

  1. First of all I am enjoying this series because everyday little by little you are opening the door to your beautiful world to us readers and it is heartwarming to see what all is there in your world.It is so similar to mine.For instance I too make lists for everything.In fact I have a notebook specially for that.i did not know a lot about your Ramadan traditions and customs...and so I am finding that really interesting.i love the recipes you share alongwith the pictures.
    Would love to see more of beautiful home and the insight into Muslim traditions and customs.
    Allah hafiz

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  2. BTW loved those gorgeous paperclips.They are yummy

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  3. I knew you through PPS blog and since than I follow you. I love the way you creating your layouts and albums. One of ur album is still in my favourites. Have not yet started making one for me.

    Secondly during Ramdan festive season I memorised those days when my father used to invite all his muslim friends for Roja Iftari.... We used to prepare many items at home... I miss that time so much...

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  4. I recently started following.. I fell in love with your blog as you are so detailed and creative.. For new ideas, I think you should start telling little stories of Prophet SAW that would show that Islam is all about being a good human being... :)

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  5. Hi Neelu,
    I have been so enjoying your Ramadan journal series...i guess its been a good way to share in all the good things that Ramadan represents for each of us...not to forget all the yummy receipe and pics!! well for any future ideas you could show us a few sneaks of life during Ramadan in Dubai...it must be quite a big deal there as its a Muslim country...so yes would love to view pics of the bustling markets,food stalls and any random info that links us with ramadan :)

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  6. i had sent u a comment thru networked blogs on Fb.. i hope u got that.am not commenting for the giveaway but i woudl like to know more abt the iftars. like do you hav eguests most of the day .. or is there more activity of visting towards eid.. wud love to know.
    also are there any foods hat u are not supposed to have or any particular food that u should ahve???!!

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