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Category Archives: Bombay Living

Gratitude List # 16: Of Library Books and Gourmet Cheese.

1. After finally making it to shoot another Creative Mornings event last weekend, I’ve had this burning desire to paint. Thanks toView full post »

Patricia: On the Streets of Bandra

Patricia is one of those friends that has come into my life and convinced that yes, this blog of mine really is worth keeping. She found meView full post »

Farmers Market Fun!

I’m still kind of in disbelief. I learnt today that there is this gorgeous park in the middle of Bombay that I had no idea about. AndView full post »

Gratitude List # 10

I freakin’ LOVED this week. It was only three days at the office for Rob and it is so much easier trying to organise things andView full post »

August Twenty-Fourteen

How is it possible that we’re already more than halfway through 2014? Seriously. August was fabulous. Last month was pretty long andView full post »

The Gratitude List # 6

I meant to post this on Saturday night and then somehow, Monday morning creeped up on us… // For four whole days of non stop runningView full post »

The Gratitude List # 5

The ‘rents with my most adorable and cheeky little nephew. It’s been a while since I last posted one of these. It’s notView full post »

I sing because I’m free.

We are back from two weeks with Rob’s parents in South Carolina. It was relaxed and slow and peaceful. Everything that we needed. IView full post »

The Gratitude List #4 – USA bound!

So folks, we’re at the end of another week and mostly I’m just grateful that we made it through to this point! I was in Patiala earlierView full post »

The Gratitude List #3 (And Photos from Meg and Terry’s Visit!)

// Hosting Meg and Terry! It started with a blunder on my part. I misread the date that they were supposed to arrive so Rob and I spentView full post »

The gratitude list.

// Bonhoeffer’s biography by Eric Metaxas. Rob has an amazing collection of books. But he reads a lot of non-fiction and I’mView full post »