No, I don’t mean Malaysian Borneo, I mean rural Michigan. Travel + Leisure Magazine proves that exotic is purely a matter of perspective when it sends a reporter to my Mom and Dad’s farm! Read the article and then hurry to volunteer before Three Roods Farm starts charging you for the privilege.
By the way: that stylish colorful shirt my mother is wearing? Straight outta Sarawak.
Wow! Can I go and live there? (rhetorical question)
Very true: ‘exotic is purely a matter of perspective’. I will certainly find rural Michigan very exotic.
selamat hari raya, maaf zahir batin to u n family…
u must be so proud… ‘scuse the lameness but isn’t the picture missing a pitchfork hehe…
yeah, I think they cropped it out. If you look closely, my dad’s arm is extended. They’ve actually posed for campy “american gothic”-type photos like that before.
Wow, that’s wonderful for them 🙂 May God bless their hard work. My wife grew up on a farm, and she is the smartest person I know when it comes to so many things because of it. I hope some of it rubbed off on you 🙂
Wow, two surprising coincidences we share in one day… the tariqa and Michigan… alhamdulAllah.
Your parents’ farm looks lovely, mashaAllah.
wa alaykum salam.
You, Saifuddin and I – it’s a trifecta! You should come out to Flint if you get a chance. The masjid there is lovely.
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