I was feeling overwhelmed by what lay ahead of me- cooking, journaling, blogging, getting Medha ready for school, exercise and cleaning. Even the fun things like journaling my kids’ activities felt gargantuan a task. My head was exploding; I was carrying a heavy sack across my shoulders; A lump was blocking my throat making it … More Sleep
I’m glad I always carry my Panasonic DSLR camera wherever I go. Otherwise I would’ve missed an opportunity to capture this image of Madhav engrossed in watching his own video.
Every morning the smell of ginger boiling in water along with tea-leaves and freshly-ground pepper, beckons me to the kitchen. I find my husband hunched over the tea-pot brewing tea. Each time I take a sip I find myself telling him how delicious it is and how hard it is to imagine my life without … More Ginger Tea
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When I found a stalk of Brussel Sprouts at Trader Joes I knew I had to try the recipe for its Pulao I had once glanced at in this website. I modified the recipe to suit my taste and also to avoid shopping for ingredients I had run out of. The cooking didn’t take long … More Brussel Sprouts Pulao
I returned to this painting after a quick chore. Madhav is probably wondering what big sister is upto next.