I was born in Boston, Massachusetts on 19 Jan 1979. My parents are Persian (Iranian) and at '79, my father was the professor assistant of endocrinology at Tufts. Just 3 weeks after my birth, Iran revolution has been took place. Therefore, a few month later, my parent came back to Iran to help revolutionists make a better country. Actually I was with them.
I grew up in Tehran, went to school, bombing with Saddam in Iraq-Iran war (1980-1989), went to high school, apply for medical school at Shaheed Beheshti University of Medical Sciences (SBMU), married, became a general physician, received a gift from God as a daughter, and after all, decided to back to my birth city, Boston.
It took me 2 years to prove I was born in United States and got my American passport.
Then, because of Iran lows, I went to army duty – of course as a doctor – for 1 year and 4 months.
Now, in December of 2009, I am back to Boston, and I can celebrate my birthday in my home town after 30 years.