Friday, November 27, 2009
My dear dear Hala:
Happy Birthday!!!!I wish all the best things move over your way. Not riding a tortoise of course!!!
Susan Burg Happy BD!
Muhammad Zukhrisam Happy Birthday!
Evelyn Izquierdo Happy birthday dear, Hala. My best wishes to you. A warm hug from Caracas, Venezuela.
Susana Canelo Happy birthday !!!!A huge hug from Argentina.
Minhaaj Rehman Happy Bday Hala! Have a nice one.
Jorge Crom Happy birthday, Hala.
Robin Yap Happy Birthday! Best wishes from Toronto ~
Alfia Mironova wished a HAPPY BIRTHDAY! ** Ana Maria Menezes wished a HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
Irmeli Aro Happy Birthday wth greetings from Tapiola, Finland.
Christina Ljunggren Happy Birthday dear friend!!
Dinan Waleed Alasad Happy Birthday to you! Alsna aljaya As Sweet As You Are! Ogbal 123456789 candles and even MORE!
أمنياتي أن يكون العام القادم ليس بالضرورة أحلى و أجمل
لكن بالتأكيد أصدق و أعمق
كل سنة و انتي طيبة يا اغلى هلولة في الدنيا
Deema Waleed Alasad HAAAAAAAPPY BIRTHDAY KHALTU HALA! And Eid mubarak inshallah...May all your dreams come true & ogbal millioooooooooooon sana ♥ ♥ ♥ xoxoxox
Beyza Yılmaz Happy bday dear Hala! Virtual hugs! :)
Sharon Betts Hi Hala,
Did I read that Friday is your birthday? If so - a very happy one a couple of days early.
كل سنة وكل يوم وانتي بخير وعافية وربنا يجعل أيامك كلها سعادة
Sunday, August 31, 2008
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
There are some more pictures from the WorldCALL 2008 Congress.
We had a great chance to attend the pre-conference workshops run by the leaders in CALL around the world. We enjoyed meeting each other f2f at the hotel a day before the Conference. It was an exciting experience!
We had our lunch at the university canteen. It was strange that we had to choose the meals which were displayed and then pay for at the paying machine. Then we were served by the waiters.
Saturday, August 9, 2008
This is just to let you know my feelings today. The other Webheads will write about their feelings too, later. I'm happy because I'm going to see my family today, but I'm so sad too because Webheads have to separate again. Attending the WorldCALL 2008, sharing with my Webhead friends f2f and knowing Japan culture have been the best things that I have ever lived. There are no words to express my gratitude to the Lord. This has been the most wonderful award ever. Nina, Hala and Susan left yesterday and we already miss them. Today, Nina, Jennifer, Nelba, Erika and me go back home. A long long trip is waiting for us. Lord, thank you for every single detail lived here in Japan, please protect our lives and take us home in your careful hands.
I'll miss you all ladies, pretty pretty pretty much. Hugs, kisses and bows to everyone.
Yesterday five Webheads visited Nagasaki, the city where the 'Fatman' atomic bomb was dropped in 1945. There is much to say about it. The pictures show every detail by themselves. After having such a wonderful cultural experience in World CALL 2008 we understand much better what world peace means. Webheads do not have borders. Webheads love one another no matter where they are or where they come from. Be sure we spred the word, Webheads showed the world how happy we are when sharing altogether. People from different countries, different religions, different thoughts, and there we were. Being a Webhead must be something more than working with a computer and the new technologies; as Hala mentioned in the closing ceremony: CALL must serve to reach the world peace. That´s my feeling too.
In Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum I could see how human beings can have such a bad spirit and how terrible is when they use their power to destroy others; however, sharing a whole week with the Webheads and the other Awardees made me proved that world peace is possible when we go in deep, when we respect each other, and we give all the love we have no matter the differences. Thank you Lord for such a great learning.
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Airport. Another culutre shock in Japan!
Thursday, August 7, 2008
During these days of the WorldCALL 2008 we have had the opportunity to attend many interesting sessions. Scholarship Awardees´presentation was last Tuesday. Here are some pictures:
Nelba and Jennifer (Argentina)
How exciting and interesting this experience has been! We are learning and enjoying a lot. All scholarship awardees have been treated as kings and queens. Japanese people are so kind, sweet, helpful. They do all their best to make us feel at home. There are no words to express our gratitude.
All scholars were invited to wear the traditional kimono and were called one by one in front of the reception attendees, country by country. In this picture you see from left to right: Evelyn (Venezuela), Erika (Brazil), Nelba (Argentina), Jennifer (Argentina), Hala (Sudan) and Susan (Iran).
The presenters: Miss Mexico and Miss Japan. Webhead Erika (Brazil), on the right
Revathi and Tom Robb
Vance, our father, tasting the delicious Japanese food
Evelyn, Mike Levy and Hala