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Monthly Archives: January 2011

Life in My World

It was 6:55 a.m., we’re driving in traffic and I’ve yet to have coffee, tea or breakfast. Varun: So, in your opinion, what are the limitations of the Scientific Method? Me: Umm…??? Varun and I were at dinner with a dear Indian friend, J, trying to convince him to come for supper at our house. … Continue reading »

Categories: embarassing, Engineering, food, indian food, science | 2 Comments

“This is America…”

Let’s be honest: Everyone else has more fun on New Year’s Eve than you do. Or at least that’s what you think. Personally, I think it’s a conspiracy. The people on TV in Times Square look like they’re having an awesome time, after all, they’re in New York and they’re all cheering. But they’re probably … Continue reading »

Categories: celebrations, dancing, hilarious, immigration, india, international | 7 Comments

Let Them Eat Cake

For extroverts, the world makes sense only when processed verbally. More often than not, this leads to awkward comments, feet stuck in mouths and, sometimes, hilarity. Today was a pleasant combination of all three. Vasudha, Varun’s sister, has been visiting with us the past week and we’ve had a great time baking, eating Indian food … Continue reading »

Categories: awkward, family, hilarious, india | 1 Comment

Home for Christmas

For Christmas this past year, Varun and I went to my parents house in the states. Also there was Varun’s cousin (K), his sister (V), my cousin (J), a family friend (Kh) (also South Indian) and my two younger brothers. In addition to the regular chaos my family generates, this Christmas was particularly eventful as … Continue reading »

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