Today’s entry for the #JoeyWorldProject comes all the way from #Morocco 🇲🇦! Our new friend Amina who lives in #Taroudant, a little city in southern Morocco sent us this beautiful jabador which is one of many traditional outfits from Morocco. Joey actually loved wearing it even after she woke up from this nap! She continued to wear it all day and kept touching the soft fabric and looking at the embroidery. My favorite are the pink shoes with the pom poms. Thank you so much Amina for sending us this treasure from Morocco. I’m embarrassed to say that I knew very little about Morocco other than remembering it from the film Casablanca. So I did a little googling. I found out that the arabic name for Morocco means “the extreme west” as it is the westernmost country in the Arab world. Another really interesting thing I read was that in Moroccan Berber culture (pre-Arab culture), it is in the liver, not the heart, where you find true love. Why a liver? Because it is believed that a healthy liver aids digestion and promotes well-being. I actually really like that cuz I’ve always been a liver, not a fighter. 😉 BTW, thank you to everyone again for sending us these stunning traditional costumes from your countries. Allen and I have been learning so much about each country so far and it's been truly a blessing to read your letters and have in our home a precious part of your culture. I'm hoping to make this into a book someday so we can share how beautiful and unique every country is and somehow bring the world a little bit closer. Thank you for being part of this world-bound journey with us!