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Noor Elhayat
Citizen of the world...

Bio: Please discard the stereotypical image you hold of Saudi women before you enter my page. My stories are surely going to surprise you! I am a reader from Saudi Arabia. 99% of the stories published aren't mine, even if I use "I" as a narrator. I love to eat bagels, talk to complete strangers and dance. I aspire to be able to dance one day with a 1 liter bottle over my head. If you like any of my articles, show some LOVE! Make sure to hit Like, leave a comment or repost! πŸ’›

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  1. Greetings, Noor – thank you for visiting my blog, and thank you for deciding to follow it πŸ™‚ I didn’t need to read very far in your own blog before deciding that I would return the favor and follow along with, as well! I look forward to reading further here as time progresses, and look forward as well to getting to know you through the ‘blogosphere’ πŸ™‚

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    1. I’m very glad you followed me back because you liked the content of my blog, and not merely to follow back. Thank you for your nice words! I look forward to getting to know you better through your blog as well ! Happy new year πŸ™‚

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      1. I don’t know about you but I won’t wait for anybody to merely take action in my interest! I do that by myself! Life is more fun when people are actually “doing” something for themselves, rather than “wishing”! Isn’t it? πŸ™‚

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      2. It’s not fun actually. It’s bliss. These days people hardly have time for themselves. I feel like it’s curse if we can’t spare time for what we love. And, I agree with you, Life is all about doing what we love rather than wishing. Wishing for something is totally a depressing thing. But, sometimes I find it funny.

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  2. I’m fascinated to read your posts. Years ago, I taught many Saudi young men and women who had come to the US to study English. I enjoyed all of them so much and wonder how they are doing these days in Saudi Arabia. Like you, they were adventuresome travelers!

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    1. I’m glad that my blog is a reason that brought about some good memories into your mind πŸ™‚
      I’m also glad that the Saudi students you taught were adventuresome travelers! That will make them learn more about themselves!
      Honestly speaking, I’m done solo traveling. I think I’m reaching a point of settlement in my life. It has been fun though, but settlement is even more fun, to me! πŸ™‚

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  3. Hello, and thank you for visiting windinmywheels.com. I have enjoyed reading your work and will look forward to reading more. I especially enjoyed your gravatar self description as ‘a citizen of the world’. Very best wishes for your continued pleasure in writing

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