Thursday, November 11, 2010

Post-festive gloom...

For now, there's a lull. A little more than a month to wait for another burst of festive spirit. December comes and brings with it the anticipation of parties, and almost always an introspective streak that makes us re-think, re-hope, re-gret... (little manipulation with hypens works wonders.. hehehe)..

But it's still November... And I am feeling a tad down as the Diwali lamps have died down, the rangoli has been wiped out, the garlands lining our doors have withered away... Everything reminds me of the fun we had and makes me want more of such wholesome times of togetherness. The family is close-knit even when dispersed the country over and it's amazing how support stealthily comes to you from all quarters when you need it.

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I just noticed 2010 has been a quiet year for myblog. Here's sharing some posts I like before I can come up with "a proper post". (and what exactly is that, i wonder almost immediately after typing..
1) Can widowed women wear gajra?
2) Why has English become a necessity?
As I said in my first post here, it would be good to hear your views on the posts...

The hand of Michelle Obama

Day Opening - November 11

Geyser, Nevada, USA