Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Eid Day

So it wud be Eid tommorow inshAllah. Such a day brings so much good memories and lonely times i had in last five years.

Hope you all have a wonderful day, though i'll be at work in evening :(( :'( !


At 2:50 am, Blogger Mariam said...

If it makes you feel any better, I has classes from 8 till 3 on Eid day... and then I spent 2 hours at the clinic for my cold :|
Eid Mubarak!

At 2:25 pm, Blogger Tauqeer said...

lol if it was class i wud have missed it! laiken job to job hai na....and if that makes u feel any better, i got a flu/cold as well, from a week now!

At 4:23 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eid Mubarak to you Dear. This is your brother Abdullah, back from Collage.

At 2:04 pm, Anonymous Ladoo :D said...

Eid Mubarak!
hpe u hav a gud time

At 12:42 pm, Blogger Tauqeer said...

Collage u mean? Abdullah from university right??

At 9:46 pm, Blogger Khawab said...

i had college in da morning n work in da evenings..... plus i had already missed last class cuz i slept in *blushing*
so i couldnt miss ma class

so beat that :/

wesa eid mubarak to u to
Hope u enjoyed it alot

At 10:43 pm, Anonymous Abdullah Bhatti said...

Nope Touqeer you forgot me i was your senior. May be this will remind you i was the house Captain in Rumathiya School.

At 6:45 am, Blogger Tauqeer said...

oh acha abdulluah bhatti! u shud ave scrapped me on orkut! :)

At 11:51 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...


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At 3:56 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

sorry 4 late comment...but u r working in pak...pak is a muslim country...y wudnt a muslim country give u a day off on eid ??? :O

At 4:06 am, Blogger Tauqeer said...

Ya that was my first reaction...no off on eid day, whats the point of living in a muslim country then!!! laiken well being engineers, we have to duty to make things easier for others, in my case keep this stupid contact centre running!

At 12:23 am, Blogger Mariam said...

Knock knock!!!

At 11:56 pm, Blogger Mariam said...

Where are you?? :O


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