Awe is awesome!
When your immediate family is spread across 4 continents......
Some random wednesday wisdom.....
Leave out all the rest
is change impactful?
https://bloganuary.files.wordpress.com/2021/12/fb-daily-prompt-jan-27.png In the summer of 2019, I took a 4 month vacation in Germany. I was visiting my husband who was working in Hamburg and lived in a small town Wedel, on the banks of Elbe river. I have writen briefly about my time in Wedel here and here. https://www.instagram.com/p/B1HUzORiWLD/ Since I was not working… Continue reading Little pieces of heaven
Today's Bloganuary prompt is too heavy, don't you think? https://bloganuary.files.wordpress.com/2021/12/fb-daily-prompt-jan-26.png Favourite part, huh! What a tough one, especially for someone who loves talking about herself! I think this self-praising attitude is something I want to get rid of. So dear Bloganuary prompt, you are not of any help in this regard. As a teenager, '10… Continue reading 10 things I hate about you…
A dream I would always remember!
What's the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the word 'home'? The dictionary may define it as a place where one lives, but to me home isn't really just a physical place, but more like a feeling. Philosophical much?! It's funny how, in addition to helping me pay my rent and… Continue reading Space Talk – From home to home
Apartment buildings are not very rare in Germany but they are definitely not as tall as the ones I have seen in Bangalore or Gurgaon. In fact when we were living in Wedel earlier, we were in a seven-storeyed Hochhaus, which is like a typical apartment building with 8 flats per floor, and it was… Continue reading The bunker in our basement
Hello World... This is what I type in the browser every time I want to quickly check if my internet is working or not. I don't remember when I started doing this and didn't realise when it became a habit. Maybe it started when I was learning to code, where Hello World holds special significance.… Continue reading Hello World…..
Ruhe is a German word that literally translates to Peace. So Yes. Sunday is Rest Day. I do not know about the rest of Europe, but in Germany hardly anything is open on a Sunday. In addition to religeous reasons this is also for taking the interest of workers into consideration! How awesome is that?… Continue reading Sonntag = Ruhetag