Some of the things I won't be able to ever forget are:
Traveling around (February, August, and September)
Getting my Hohner's Blues Harp harmonica from Germany
Turning 18 (August)
Attending my first Film Festival (January)
Hosting my first art exhibition, this was something really big for me. (May)
Attending my first art exhibition in Kuwait (Mohammad Qambar's)
Walking in on a concert and getting to stay (February)
Taking a mini road trip around Kuwait with Maryoom. (One of the most epic memories of my life -November)
Got beat up at a street market.
Went parachuting (September)
Got lost in freaking China then hung out at this harbor where they were shipping ancient Chinese artifacts. (September)
Walking in on a band practicing and getting to stay for that too :D (August)
Lost a group of friends who once meant the world to me. And now are nothing :)
Getting the longest grounding of my life.
July was an extremely sucky month.
Read at a poetry reading. It taught me that I seriously need to work on my public speaking skills.
Got a pet cat called cat. Lasted for 3 days.
Walked around Mubarkiya in a thoub. The black and gold shiny one, and actually had fun.
Broke into that giant ship they keep on display at Sharg.
Made some amazing incredible new friends whom I love to death!
Got my very own song! :D (August)
Started college (September)
Started writing for Gust Times which is something I love doing (November)
Went to the "Sounds of Love and Freedom" art exhibition
Motorcross show (February)
Had an accident, walked around looking like Freddy Kreuger for about a month.
My grandpa passed away (December)
Made my first bonfire.
Tested my wilderness skills for a good 2 days.
Helped out a literacy program and it was an amazing experience.
Got a puppy called Laura, Ariel, Chalba, and my little sister calls her The Little Mermaid. Yup, our dog has 4 names.
Mini Jalsahs with S. (Another unforgettable memory)
And that's basically 2011. Looking back, it sounds crazy and hectic. I can't wait to see what 2012 has in store! :D What about you my lovely readers? Anything unforgettable you'd like to share?
I'll leave you with the pictures:
Brida: A painting I made inspired by a book (Paulo Coelho)