Home is definitely where the heart is

In this new age, almost every house has one person who lives far far away for various reasons. Whether it is the software engineer son who is sent away for a two-year stint to the states or some random country in Europe or the rather simple daughter who gets married to one and tags along with the … Continue reading Home is definitely where the heart is

First Diwali/Deepavali post on my blog :) 

It is often said that Diwali is celebrated to enjoy the victory of Lord krishna over Narakasura (the demon god) while some other people believe it was only to welcome home Lord Rama after his 14 year exile. I am simply happy to believe in both these stories because it is such a beautiful day … Continue reading First Diwali/Deepavali post on my blog 🙂 

A Ballooon(y) Break in Beautiful Bristol

Among many other(mostly weird) things I search on Google as a mum, one day I was searching for some balloon prints to hang up on our wall for the little boy at home. Somehow, dearest google came up with the "Balloon fiesta event in Bristol" in the search results and this was going to happen in early August. … Continue reading A Ballooon(y) Break in Beautiful Bristol

Goodbye Summer with yet another recipe

Summertime means a lot more than ever since I have been living in Britain. Having said that, whatever the weather brings, I just have to talk about it simply because thats what many people do here. That doesn't make me feel entirely British but I love to use it as a conversation starter while I am … Continue reading Goodbye Summer with yet another recipe

One long bumpy ride (If you will excuse the pun)

    Being pregnant, as almost every woman would say is probably the next best thing to becoming the bride or even better than that for me actually. Although nothing beats the joy of "being" a mother for me now. Anyway, I did enjoy being the bride and all the attention but the love and support you get while … Continue reading One long bumpy ride (If you will excuse the pun)