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Father’s Day

It’s Father’s day in Yaseen’s school yesterday and my husband accompanied him to class in the morning. It was kind of their first official celebration of Father’s day. We were never quite followed the world’s calendar and always had some made-up-days to celebrate just us. But it was fun, as they came home and told me

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Just Meant to Be

Many of you might head to the palace to attend the royal wedding this week. The world seems to be sweeter and happier with love in the air and every cozy corner on earth turns to be so romantic. I used to love the wedding as a kid, and I always waited for somebody related to

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Song Kran

You might have been wondering where were we last week. I didn’t have time to update my blog as we were in Thailand during The Song Kran festival. We were on the busiest celebration that left us slept late at night and got up early every morning hunting down the good times. I have been mentioning the word

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Lazy New Year

This is the first post of 2011. We have been absented from blogging for almost a month because the busy holidays and family unorganized messy schedules. I didn’t make a party or cook at all. In fact we spent New Years out of the house most of the time. We had breakfasts, lunches and dinners in

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Pune Marathon

Last Sunday, we went to run against AIDS in Pune International Marathon 2010. It was Yaseen first marathon, he was very excited. I was worried how he might react to the huge crowd but he was so mature and really enjoyed meeting people and make new friends. Pune International Marathon is an annual charity run in

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Ok! If you are not familiar with this word, “Diwali” is one of our favourite festivals here in India. Diwali is the festival of lights. Families light small clay lamps and decorate their home with glittering lights. I always feel so happy and blossom during these prosperous holidays. People prepare special food and share sweets.

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Hello Winter!

When I woke up late this morning, I finally realized that winter was about to enter the city. It was almost 8 in the morning when the fog still covered the street. I noticed people wore jackets and scarves… oh yes! It’s getting cooler. I love when it is cooler here when we can stay in

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