Despite the fact I'm the only odd one out in this matter, I'll still wish you all a happy and delightful Eid and a prayer of success and serenity for us all. For those who don't get it, Eid-ul-Fitr is an occasion Muslims celebrate after a month of fasting, as a thanksgiving and a celebration of joy. Girls and boys alike dress beautifully, here in Pakistan girl usually wear bangles, put on henna, and wear traditional clothing. Men wear well sewn kurta shalwar and try to look smart. Relatives and friend meet up eachother on this occasion, lasting three days. The more improtant is about charity - so that the poor can dress up beautifully and rejoice as well. In brief, I'm REALLY excited today and am ready to go to my maternal uncles' house. I can't wait to get my Eidee - like a gift, like one on Christmas. I'm the youngest so I don't have to give any. EID MUBARAK!!!