Monthly Archives: March 2012

SAUDI WOMEN Reaching High, Stepping High: Ten Saudi women to climb Mount Everest

There’s no doubt that Saudi women are taking their place in the society of brave women of the world.  When these  ten Saudi women climb Mount Everest, they will make the history books.  I’m fortunate and honored that I know … Continue reading

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Those who help one woman, helps every woman.

FROM JEAN SASSON:  Since I have been such a vocal opponent of any and all who discriminate against women, I want to also speak out when I see or hear of those that I know do all they can to … Continue reading

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PRINCE HARRY the HIPPO more photos!

Just in case you want to see more pictures of Prince Harry the baby hippo!  ENJOY! Harry the hungry hippo gives his happy handler a loving lick By Emma Reynolds PUBLISHED: 06:05 EST, 28 March 2012 | UPDATED: 10:49 EST, … Continue reading

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This horrific story just wiped the smile right off my face.  Until the entire world reacts against governments who have no respect for women, such attacks will go on and on and on.  Her husband should have acid thrown on … Continue reading

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BABY PYGMY HIPPO – Jean Sasson is in love!

 This is being blogged just to put a smile on everyone’s face.  Send it around the world and the whole world will be smiling! Baby pygmy hippo may be most adorable animal ever 11 hrs ago Peaceful-seeming hippos are often … Continue reading

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AMERICAN CHICK IN SAUDI ARABIA – #1 bestseller on Barnes and Noble NOOK E-book.

Much to my surprise and joy, AMERICAN CHICK IN SAUDI ARABIA hit the #1 slot on the Barnes & Noble BIOGRAPHY bestseller list, and, on the second day it was released.  I’m thrilled, to say the least. It all began … Continue reading

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The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

While having a nice dinner with my two nephews (Greg & his son Alec), my fifteen year old nephew Alec asked me if I had read the book, THE HUNGER GAMES.  I had to admit that I had not, and … Continue reading

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