Monday, November 28, 2011

A long absence

A big hello to all my blog friends, after a long time.

I know I've been completely M.I.A recently and haven't had time to update my blog, or drop by and read and comment of my favorite blogs.
Life has become super hectic these days, and it's just been one thing after another, and I haven't been able to keep up very well.

This is just a post to let all my friends know that I'm alive, still here and will be returning in full form very soon. Hopefully by next week. I have quite a few posts in the works for days now, and will be churning them out once I'm back.
I'm also gonna try and catch up on my dose of all the fabulous blogs I missed while I was gone .
Hope everyone had a nice thanksgiving weekend, and got their fill of shopping.
See you all soon !

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Why the needless damage ??

Image source : toondo

The festive season is upon us, Indians in India and around the world are celebrating one of their biggest festivals... Diwali ! Happy Diwali to all my blog friends around the world !!
I've mentioned before on the blog, that I'm not much of a religious person, so for me festivals don't have a high religious significance, however that does not mean I don't celebrate them, I love celebrating any ocassion, big or small and festivals are no different. I love to celebrate them, including diwali and enjoy the festivities associated with it .

Friday, October 21, 2011

A decade of bliss

I rarely write about my personal life, because that is not what this blog is about , however this post is one of those few posts about my life. The event is such that I really felt like I should blog about it, just to document the momentous occasion in my life. It is the occasion of my 10th wedding anniversary. My marriage has completed 10 years this week. Although it seems like just yesterday that we were those two crazy kids (and we practically were just kids)  in love, without a care in the world, who decided that they wanted to spend their lives together.

Monday, October 17, 2011

Debate audience or lynch mob ?

America is nearing another election year. The race for 2012 seems to be getting hotter every passing day . I am a keen observer of US politics, it is a fascinating topic for me. America is a polarized nation when it comes to political views. Now that the elections are getting close, emotions are reaching a peak, and the nation seems more polarized than ever.
Currently the debates between the pool of possible candidates from the Republican party (GOP) who could contest against President Obama are on. These debates are an interesting watch in general, but this year there's a peculiar aspect of the debates that has made more people sit up and take notice.

Light a diya !

This is just a short post to let my blog friends know about a cool diwali feature that is available on the website NRI matters.
It is called light a diya. Since diwali is fast approaching, they've come up with an interesting little feature that can help us send diwali wishes to near and dear ones. Here's some more information about the application.

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