Shams Aruobi talks about trying to get his life back on track after being released from prison. Aruobi and his family left Afghanistan when he was a child.

  1. hell yea do ya thang man

  2. I think work purpose would be okay to use your email! I agree with Kendra ecpxet I would blog and that may mean Rebecca putting it up for you, I don’t know. I do know that I think it’s important to keep people engaged in what is happening, that may just be me.

  3. So sorry that you’ve had such a rough ride with the pregnancy. It’s going to be such a huge reilef to you when she finally arrives (can’t be long now!) I bet you’re still in shock that you’re going to have a little girl in the house! You’ve done a great job decorating her room. I was shocked to see how many clothes you already have for her. We don’t have baby showers’ over here, so the presents are given once the baby has arrived. Before Lil’ L was born, I had one pack of baby grows and one pack of diapers. Impressive hey?

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