Good news: Zeyad has arrived in New York to study at CUNY. It has been a saga for Zeyad but he’s here and we finally got to meet, a great moment. More later, I’m sure. But I know many of you have wanted updates and so there it is.
Looking forward to read more on your first meeting with Zeyad. Glad he made it safely.
Well it’s about time!! :)
I’ll second Fayrouz’s comment.
For some reason all those years ago I always imagined you guys would meet IRL… I’ve been following the story ever since the digital camera was sent, impossibly, to Iraq… but it wasn’t impossible was it?, so maybe other things aren’t impossible either. A journey of a thousand miles begins with one small step, and sometimes a leap of faith.
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Welcome, Zeyad, welcome! I can’t wait to hear all your impressions.
A big American Howdy Do. Hope his stay is delighful and knowledgeable.
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