Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Like a lion .. زي الأسد

بالعربي:
"حوّاء! ثقي بي!" قال الطبيب. اعادها بثبات "ثقي بي!".
اما الآن او ابداً.

لم يكن لأنه بدى كخبير في مجاله. او لأنه كان صبوراً جداً لحالة رهاب-العلاج الذي اعانيه. كان لأنه ذكر وسيم.
وحده وجود ذكر قوي ما يطمئن حوّاء.

مثل الأسد ذهبت. و مثل الأسد الجريح عندما انتهت العملية انفجرت بكاءا.




In English:
"eve! Trust me!" the dr. said. then repeated firmly "trust me!".
it was now or never.

Yet it wasn't that he seemed very good at his job, nor so patient with a patience-testing Pharmacophobic.. No, it was definitely that he was a handsome male.
Only the presence of a strong male can make eve feel safe.

like a lion I went. And when it was all over like a wounded lion I cried.

Update تحديث

Benign
حميد
Gutartig
Мягкий
Bénin
好意的です

Posted by SaudiEve at 11:09 PM

18 Comments

  1. Blogger Mystique posted at 12:24 AM, June 13, 2007  
    You worried me..
    May you be blessed.. & cradled in health and strength.
  2. Blogger MSK posted at 9:32 AM, June 15, 2007  
    E-

    see ... wasn't so bad.

    Keeping digits crossed for the results.

    --MSK*
  3. Blogger Blank-Socrate posted at 10:10 PM, June 23, 2007  
    welcome back
  4. Blogger Q8ari ® posted at 8:51 PM, June 28, 2007  
    ما تشوفين شر
    you are in my thoughts.. get well soon, eve
  5. Blogger askandarani posted at 5:01 AM, June 29, 2007  
    been quite sometime, inshaa allah hope all ended ok
  6. Blogger MSK posted at 1:06 PM, July 09, 2007  
    E-

    Glad to read the update. Much relieved.

    --MSK*
  7. Blogger neda posted at 10:38 AM, July 11, 2007  
    سلامات
  8. Blogger Ascetic Hermit posted at 10:17 PM, August 04, 2007  
    Lions aren't afraid of needles,doctors, or drugs.....and they certainly don’t need the companionship of handsome males for comfort!
    I’m guessing it was the propofol talking ;-)
    glad it’s benign, hope to see you roaring your head off soon.
  9. Blogger sam posted at 4:55 PM, August 11, 2007  
    love your blog/thoughts, I have always wondered if it is that hellish to be a female in Saudi, I just can not understand why some many gulf men can not move forward, live and let live.Double standards , hypocracy and other things will set these countries back for ever. On a more pleasant note, I have downloaded this book , i would recommend to everyone:
    http://www.4shared.com/file/19046978/96681b5e/burhan_al_3asal.html
  10. Blogger ButterFly posted at 10:49 AM, August 15, 2007  
    The evening starts to unveil...
    I look out of the window and watch the world buzz by...
    I miss you...
    I see and cant reach out to you...
    I hear you and cant respond to you...
    I smell your scent, but cant hold you...
    I miss you..
  11. Blogger NewMe posted at 9:52 AM, September 18, 2007  
    Praying!
    something i don't normally do!
    even though i don't know to whom!
    i pray for such a great soul!
    i pray you!
    May you be safe from harm!
    stronger than a lion!
    with lotsa luv
  12. Blogger Mazen Mason posted at 2:27 PM, September 20, 2007  
    Eve, I have a thing for you...yea it's a wonderful one and I know damn sure that you're in a bad need for it. You'll appreciate it a lot...it's guaranteed.

    All you have to do is join me...

    Shhhh be quiet please...just don't think about it. Just say yes this time only...without thinking. it's well worth it.

    You know where to find me, don't you?
  13. Blogger Red posted at 1:15 PM, September 24, 2007  
    Hi Saudi Eve,

    I guess you get this a lot -- I just read one of the posts here, also requesting for an interview. I write for a Dubai-based magazine, based in Dubai and am wondering if we can also interview you via email. I'm currently working on an article about the new campaign that pushes for women to gain the right to drive.

    Thanks! And great blog, that dream about you walking down the street with the abaya being torn, powerful stuff! Would make a great ending to a play too, quite dramatic. But instead of growing bigger, you'd be stepping higher, leaving the detractors at your feet.

    - R
    I'll be registered here with my private email addy but I'll send you my complete information via email. Thanks a lot!
  14. Blogger Ahmed Al-Sabbagh posted at 11:14 PM, December 16, 2007  
    !رائع

    سعدت بزيارة مدونتك

    عيد اضحى سعيد

    كل عام وانت بخير

    تحياتى
  15. Blogger The Flutter of a Wing posted at 8:33 PM, January 02, 2008  
    I am from jeddah, i am left handed, i have worked and i have fought,,, even more than you sweet eve,,,,

    if we are in a battle to gain our liberty pls show the world some sanity.

    Yes F*** them all,, yes lets swear,, lets show the world how "cool" and westernized we can be...

    Think big sister,, don't be nieve,, this country is a great big apple pie and soooooo many want a piece.

    And yes,, so much of this pie has been torn apart by voulters who pretend to be "custodians",, but if we are to fight lets not just fight for a Bikini.

    Fight to be an equal citizen. To marry who u want, to work where u want, to travel when u want, lets ride mules in the street or even horses like the 1st women in islam and let them then justify we are causing Fitna.

    Eve is Jiddah and Jiddah is eve,, tell the world that.
  16. Blogger Jodi B. posted at 8:32 AM, February 06, 2008  
    I am so glad & grateful to see you posting & blogging again. I haven't visited your site in a while because I didn't know what happened but it wasn't updated for a long time. I clicked today & there you are with fresh posts! I am so happy to see you again! Have you left your country & are now sipping tea with 2 teasp. of sugar? Much much love to you. -in Virginia, U.S.A.
  17. Blogger chessee posted at 9:39 AM, February 12, 2008  
    Bless you, Eve. Your honesty and experiences echo back to someone else I cared about. I hope you both are safe.
  18. Blogger neda posted at 8:58 PM, March 09, 2008  
    سلام إيف

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