I've lived in quite a few places. Changed houses, states, countries and a continent in the process. But the longest I'd lived anywhere till date was the first place Red and I bought after we got married. It wasn't that much of a well-thought out decision. We didn't factor in any green space close by,... Continue Reading →
Those were some fun decades...especially in the way movies were made. This last week I watched some movies I had DVRd and utterly enjoyed the blast of nostalgia! I started with Die Hard...a movie you can never go wrong with. Whether you're burping a baby, fighting with a spouse, feeling angst or anything else this... Continue Reading →
A chance encounter with an 80's movie gets me laughing and nostalgic and being thoroughly entertained.
I didn't know about Valentine's Day till I was in elementary school in the US. It didn't mean much once I came back to India. Well it still doesn't mean much because I've only celebrated it about a handful times in my adult life. The husband isn't the roses (red or otherwise)and candy kinda guy.... Continue Reading →
I'm up. Again. I'll be useless by 11 am unless I have 2 super-duper coffees (one of them black) in the first half of the day. I don't mind waking up ahead of time. I like the near-solitude that the apartment offers. The offspring is sleeping in some odd modernistic dance pose and the husband... Continue Reading →
Courtesy Facebook's memories I get to know about how and what I was thinking not only on a time a specific time in the past but also how I was feeling. And when I wrote this post I was a bit more of an anxious mother, fretting about my kid's school, academic "career" as it were... Continue Reading →
Isn't that what it all boils down to in life? It isn't always celebrating the things that go well or in accordance with our plans or even making our peace with the things that don't. It's finally just existing with what IS. Sometimes we are able to do it gracefully and other times it takes a... Continue Reading →