This weekend was a sweet one for many, I’m sure! Most have off for Monday which always is great if you have the weekend off… But alas, there are many that won’t have that luxury. I do have that luxury, I just live it almost everyday so it’s not a big deal for me.
I hope, regardless of your work situation, you have a great weekend! It is a great holiday in our great nation! Enjoy it! Be safe…
I was fortunate to spend the weekend with Maryann. She is our long time friend. She is an unofficial aunt. So, I had a nice weekend and I am beyond tired. I’m still feeling it from last week.
Last Friday, I had to wake up early. I was up and functioning. Later, I went with my sister and her friends to the movies. I was non stop since 6am. I didn’t get my sleep all of the weekend like I should have. Now, I am still feeling the burn.
Oh! I would like to use this opportunity to let you know that my sister and I opened our Etsy shop.
Our shop is called Kaya Creationss. We have an extra ‘s.’ Right now, we have our wine glasses and mixed drink glasses up. Slowly we will get other items up. We have some ramekins we have painted that will go up the next few weeks.
We have a sale going on at the moment but ends Monday, July 18th! There is a new coupon code (because I messed the first code up). The 50% discount code has to be put in at checkout! You have to make a minimum purchase of $25 for the discount to work. Again, the discount doesn’t automatically apply, you have to manually enter the code! The code is: JULY4
I extended it another week because I messed up the discount and it’s code, so here we go! Follow us on Instagram! New items will be added to our shop every week! Be sure to check it out!
July 5th is the end of the Ramadan and the start of Eid Al-Fitr or Ramazan Bayram in Turkish. The celebration is about 3-4 days, depending on your traditions and where you’re from. There are cultures that celebrate it for a couple of weeks! Either way, despite what has been going on in the world, wish your Muslim neighbor a good holiday! Eid Mubarak is what you would say, or anything will be appreciated. It’s nice to be remembered even if you don’t know the exact words or can’t pronounce it. It’s the thought that counts, right?
Happy 4th of July!
Bayramin mubarek olsun!