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Glimpse of 2012

January 6, 2012 Celebration

Went for a glorious brunch on New Year’s eve. On the menu: Red velvet pancake pups, delicious waffles, eggs, fruits and endless coffee refills.  Being outdoorsy — it was the final sunlight in 2011, yo.

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You say goodbye, and I say hello

September 1, 2011 Asides

.. to September!! Out with the sweltering hot, in with the rain and crisp weather. Hoping hurricane season would die out soon. How time flies, it’s beyond my understanding. I am loving everyone’s comment from my last post, “the power of giving“. It is so refreshing to know that many of you are into charity and […]

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Travelogue Part 2 – Countdown to 2010!

May 20, 2010 Family & Friends

I’ve been so busy lately that I forgot to mention the main reason for my trip back home recently.  My sister (J) was pregnant then 😀 Yes, she was expecting and now a mother of sweet and adorable baby boy! As siblings, we are very close with each other. My sister makes an effort to […]

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Happy Independence India!

August 15, 2009 Celebration

India – a country with lush history, boundless spirits, cultural richness, abundance of humility and a haven of food. The list is long, but allow me to summarize it – there is nothing like our INDIA August 15th, it reminds us of our struggles and the responsibilities as a citizen. Though we are independent from […]

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Happy 2009 Resolutions

January 1, 2009 Celebration

We ushered 2009, the first new year in our new home, with dear family’s and friends 🙂 Great fun, lots of food, music, watching Times Square countdown on TV, and Walt Disney World firework’s indulgence in our backyard. It was awesomeness and magical. Somewhere along the festivities, I caught a glimpse of hope and peace […]

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