The purpose of World Hijab Day is to encourage people to ask questions about and experience the hijab. At the event, people will be encouraged to try on a hijab, ask questions and listen to women talk about their experiences with the hijab. Indiana Daily Student: What has been your experience wearing the hijab? Kawamleh: I’ve worn the hijab for a very long time. I’ve worn it since like before the beginning of 7th grade. I can’t imagine my life without it.
The days are growing shorter, leaves are starting to turn, and kids are heading back to school…. fall is definitely in the air! I’ve got autumn getaways on the brain, happily checking out all the cool outdoor things to do in Ruidoso, New Mexico.
I spent most of the winter and spring staying in budget hotels (motels!) throughout Colorado, traipsing around the state attending my kids’ volleyball tournaments and track meets. I’m all about saving my pennies for these frequent trips, and take no issue with no-frills Comfort Inns, Super 8s, and La Quinta properties. But when it came time to book a room in downtown Denver for my husband, my son and me for a quick summer stay in the big city, I didn’t want to cut corners.
Sat next to nasty foul-mouthed patrons at @TamayoDenver bar. Asked to move to dining room at 5pm. “We’re totally full with reservations until 7:15.” This was scene at 6pm when we left. Hate that BS. https://t.co/hjEtgRWa7X
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