On 9/11 of 2013, and after a long lecture at the University of San Francisco’s Lone Mountain, I took a yellow cab and headed to the famous Ferry Building of San Francisco; the white clock tower erected to mark the … Continue reading I got a taste of Freedom!
Yesterday I decided I will climb the stairway to the Coit Tower of San Francisco with my husband. It was his first time and my third climbing up. It is an equivalent of climbing up 24 stories of meandering staircase. … Continue reading Climbing to the Coit Tower
Dear Orient, When you, dear Oriental, decide to have children, and bring them to this beautiful world, you must contemplate very carefully that you’ll end up with duties to deliver toward your child. You will also have to teach your … Continue reading A message to the orient – Prat 1
This is not a legal advise. I am not a lawyer. This is solely my experience. “Freaking out!” was the theme of last year! I had to file for Adjustment of Status (AoS) after marrying David on October 17, 2016. … Continue reading My timeline with USCIS
Here’s a recap of last Saturday! Days ago, I received an invitation on Instagram from the awesome Julia O Test to attend her pop-up photography event in Potrero Hill. I signed up not knowing what to expect. The … Continue reading A Day in Potrero Hill
Some events have been manipulated for safety reasons! I will now tell you about the obstacles we faced in Saudi Arabia. When David arrived to King Abdulaziz Airport of Jeddah, I was waiting for him by the gate. Nobody from … Continue reading Chapter 4
Some events have been manipulated for safety reasons! Let me tell something about visiting Saudi Arabia. You can’t! If you’re not working in Saudi, if you don’t have first degree relatives in Saudi, if you’re not Muslim performing Hajj or … Continue reading Chapter 3