Twinkling lights and hot chocolate. Santa Claus and cinnamon rolls. Cozy sweaters and tables weighed down by cookies and cakes. Those are just some of the reasons I absolutely adore Christmas. Of course, I make it a point, especially with
November has been the busiest month for our family for the last three years, since living in India. My husband is part of a long residential art program, which is a fantastic thing, but we barely see him for three
I love Christmas. No, seriously… I truly love Christmas. While growing up, every year we would set up the Christmas tree on the first of December. Hurriedly, we would unpack the Christmas tree, and pulled out all the shoe boxes
“Glory to God in the highest heaven, and on earth peace to those on whom his favor rests.” – Luke 2:14 The view from my sofa makes me squirm. Books strewn all over the floor in an attempt to organize
April 2nd, 2011 was a memorable day for Indian Cricket fans. India had just won the ICC Cricket World Cup. I was in Delhi at the time of the win where many of my friends gathered at India Gate to
When I started writing this post, I was intrigued by how the month of December is welcomed and embraced like none other. Holidays are planned and preparations begin for what is probably the most widely celebrated festival in the world.
It’s less than two weeks before Christmas and I’m at where I’m usually at – nowhere on my mile-long to-do list. So, I do what every brave and slightly deranged woman does – venture to a mall packed with the hustle of
As I sit down to write this, I am on my way back from a much-awaited and much-loved vacation in India. Five weeks of sunshine, food, family and friends has sadly come to an end. I move back to the