I know we're past the middle of Ramadan but better late than never right? Well I did decorate the house for Ramadan before it actually started but never got around to photographing it until today. Life just happens and this whole uploading, editing, and posting thing requires a lot of time and energy. The little "monsterettes" just don't let it happen that easy. Anyway, the reason I like to decorate for Islamic occasions and holidays is because it makes me feel the spirit of the shifting seasons that are typical of the Islamic calendar. Also it's to keep my family attached to traditions and associate certain objects with certain holidays. After Ramadan these decorations will be invisible until next year. It's just fun for everyone.
Here's some pictures (this fireplace has come along way from when I first posted about it here)
Thank God I published this before Eid came around. Have a blessed rest of the month :)