I didn’t know I had the capacity to love animals until I gave birth to an animal lover. Prior to that (I’m ashamed to say) I found some animals pretty horrendous and steered clear of them, especially if they shed and pooped anywhere close to me. But all that changed, when my second daughter was … Continue reading How I learnt to be more human!
In the past year, I covered seven countries in six months and then I went in and out of India and Oman three times so that’s a lot of traveling, but hey who’s complaining? As far as travel goes, 2016 was absolutely the best year for me, a veritable dashing in and out of airports, … Continue reading Traveling through the year 2016
The Muir Woods in northern California and the King’s Canyon and Sequoia National Forest in central California – two different locations and two different visits yet, I have clubbed them together here in this write-up for the similarity of experience I had in both places. Living on this earth for eons, these redwood and sequoia … Continue reading Redwoods & Sequoias – The Gentle Giants of California
Here I was in Sacramento, the capital of California, just three days before the 4th of July. The city was bedecked in the blue, white and red colors of the American flag. The festive atmosphere and the beautiful weather were close friends that summer. It was a wonderful time of the year to visit with … Continue reading Sacramento, California – My Moments in the Sun!
“What's that?" "The laundry basket?" "No, next to it." "I don't see anything next to it." "It's my last shred of dignity. It's very small.” ― John Green, (The Fault in Our Stars) I have an aversion to seeing certain pictures on social media. At first, I used to think I could very well be part of … Continue reading That Last Shred of Dignity
It’s never easy to be alone during the Christmas season. Your colleagues at the office will be talking about going on family trips, there will be decorations everywhere on the streets, and everyone you know is busy shopping for presents. Then when you get home and switch on the television, there’s good old Santa telling … Continue reading Alone this Christmas?
My hubby’s handsome cousin from Montreal decided to have his wedding in Udaipur and the family went whacky trying to book the best possible ticket deals. It helped that everyone had advance notice and come September 2015, the bride and grooms family and friends descended on the quaint town of Udaipur from all parts of … Continue reading Udaipur, India – The Royal Road!