Thursday 26 November 2009

Sweet Dawah

I always think it's nice to remind people in a positive way and food is always my favourite opening to explain my faith. I like to send sweets to my children's classes for the children to share out along with a card wishing the teacher and children a happy Eid.

With Christmas coming up and entering the children's consciousness already, I thought this would good to remind them we have something blessed of our own to celebrate and share.

I had to get my poor, tired-from-work hubby to take me to the supermarket at 8pm where these were on offer (no I don't have eight kids at school, the rest are for people he gets work from).

I think these or something similar, like Indian mithai or baklawa would also be nice to take to work.


  1. Asalaamu Alaikum

    Nice gesture! Are those quality street candies expensive in England too? Here they are $14 a tin so I don't know if I could be that generous,kwim.

  2. Assalam-alaikam Sis,
    I found them on special offer for £5 ($10 US I think), but then saw them for £4 each (about $8 US), so cheaper than over your way. It's usually the other way round.