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Holidays

Happy Holi!

Remember dreaming of having family-wide food fights as a kid? Well, how about a national festival where everyone throws colour at each other?! All. Day. This is a real thing. Holi, होली, is a spring festival celebrated by Hindus as well as by Indians of other religions. As you can imagine, I think the is … Continue reading »

Categories: celebrations, Holidays, india | 2 Comments

Travel Tales: The Time I Fell In Love With Houseboating

When I first heard we were going on a houseboat, I was a bit nervous. As a kid, I used to read the book, The Story About Ping. It’s about a duck named Ping who lives on a houseboat in China. One day, Ping doesn’t come home on time to join his duck-family, so he … Continue reading »

Categories: Holidays, india, sunshine, travel | 4 Comments

It’s the End of The World As We Know It

And I feel fiiiiiine! In case you haven’t heard yet, the end of the world is scheduled for 8 days from now. As a result, R.E.M. has been stuck in my head for about 3 weeks. Watch it now: It’s the End of the World as We Know It (And I feel fine) Be honest: … Continue reading »

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Love and Hope

One of the most common barriers people mention when discussing an adoption is the cost. It’s true: the cost involved with adopting a child internationally can be quite high. When Varun and I decided to adopt, we tightened our belts and began praying for provision. You know what’s awesome? So far God has provided for … Continue reading »

Categories: adoption, Christmas, family, friends, international, kids | 3 Comments

Little Things:: Snippets of Joy

It’s been a while since I took a some time to share the little things that brought joy to my week. So, without further adieu… top: my youngest brother Luke came to visit last weekend! bottom: gorgeous sunsets on the drive home from school decorating for Christmas! Pictureless moments: ‘Thank You’ note in the mail! … Continue reading »

Categories: Christmas, family, food, life | 4 Comments