Since I was young, getting ready on Eid day has been one of my absolute favourite times of the year. Eid-Al-Fitr follows the month of Ramadan, which is a month of worship, self-reflection, community and fasting. Eid is a time to come together with loved ones after thirty days of observing this blessed month.
For me, the morning of Eid is always joyous for many reasons. Firstly, waking up and being able to have a cup of tea after giving up my morning brew for thirty days is absolute bliss. Ramadan gives you an renewed appreciation for the small things, and this is definitely something I miss the most through the month. I’m lucky to have a huge family, and I love waking up to the bustle of the men returning from the mosque, the sound of all my favourite people gathered in one room, and the delicious smells as my mother and sister-in-law cook up the delicious Pakistani traditional Eid feast.
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