Yesterday, I asked this question on Twitter: Why do women still change their surnames after marriage? I’m genuinely curious. I didn’t get many replies so I remain curious and a little perplexed why a woman, who may be a feminist in all other aspects of her life, takes on her new husband’s name. Before I… Continue reading Princess Banana-Hammock or Why I Kept My Surname After Marriage
Today, this here blog turned ten years old. I had a party, in my head. Everyone who has ever visited this blog attended; we ate cupcakes and drank tea all day. We reminisced. It was nice. Previously on Saima Says If you missed the last ten years here’s a quickish recap. 2000: In November of… Continue reading Tenth Bloggiversary
…is it my dignity you’re looking for?” Well you certainly won’t find it in the new Walkers crisps ad.
…I want a garden shed like this.
Adobe Photoshop Cook from Lait Noir on Vimeo. [via swissmiss]
I’m still meeting people I haven’t seen since last year and having to say Happy New Year to them. It feels nice actually, kind of like extending the festivities if you will. One of the first things people ask is whether I had a good break over Christmas and New Year’s and if I have… Continue reading Happy New Year