Dear WTM Editor
I read the article Tu Me Manques written by Dr Jinan Harith Darwish in the February 2015 issue with great interest. As a blessed mother of four healthy children, the article left a great impact on me. I found the difference in life expectancy in different countries to be astounding, frustrating and outrageous. I hope that this article is the first in many steps that will bring wider attention to the disease of Cystic Fibrosis in the Bahraini community. I wish postnatal screening for the gene could be available in the Kingdom as is the case in the UK. As the saying goes, the pen is mightier than the sword, so it is my hope that the magazine can advocate for such progress to be made towards treating Cystic Fibrosis. Jude Al Ali, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
I’d like to thank you for the amazing selection of best restaurants for a romantic night in your Love Actually article. I’m new on the island and I’ll be celebrating my 10th anniversary soon. I would love to go to a nice restaurant for a special evening, but had no clue of which restaurants I should consider. I think I have my choice now (with your help) for the grand day, but I’ll probably try all of them in the future! Victoria
Dinner is ready!
I’m a working mum and I don’t have much time or even patience to spend in the kitchen, particularly after work. I would rather play with my kids and give them attention. So, when I saw in your magazine that Alosra is selling Mash Direct in Bahrain, I had to take some time and write this letter to you. My life is going to be a lot easier now! I can prepare a protein plate and just warm the side dish. I find it very practical and definitely worthy information to be shared. Thank you! Sarah