And here we go with this Sunday in my city, folks. Thank you, Unknown Mami for making my Sundays fun. I love Unknown Mami’s blog and it is one of the blogs I head right over to read each time I get an alert. And also each time I don’t get an alert.
During the past week, we were pretty busy with a school Science project since Vidur’s school is hosting the Science and Math exhibition this year.
So he was a bit sad his project was not chosen for the final event..but he’s over it now. Sury was one of the judges for the Math exhibition and seemed to have had a nice time. I got some lovely flowers.
I fell sick for two-three days when I enjoyed watching this lovely plant sprout its third leaf. So thrilling!
And received this by snail-mail from Sheila of Zen-Sational Living. Isn’t it gorgeous? I love bumper stickers.
Vidur had exams last week and while dropping him off at school, which is near a temple, I was amused to see children praying fervently. Yes, God can make everything better. Even help get better grades in exams.
Then we went shopping yesterday and I met Jeggings for the first time. Obviously I am thrilled because this is a concept I’ve been fantasizing about. Apparently jeggings have been around for a bit now, but since I didn’t actually go shopping to the usual places, I remained unaware. Jeggings look great, feel great and are a lot easier to put on than jeans.
They are very comfortable too.The funny thing is, each time I buy a pair of jeans, I usually narrow them down because I like them that way. And now, hmm. readymade for me. When I tried on my first pair yesterday, I just fell in love. But mind you, I am not a fan of leggings. When the store lady, my friend for ten years now (since we used to shop for Vidur there) asked me if I would like jeggings instead of jeans, I seriously thought she was trying to joke with me. So I nudged her and laughed. Then I realized she actually meant jeggings for jeans-leggings. Now my folks want to know why they are not called “leans” for leggings plus jeans. Soon, guys, soon. Never rule out anything in life.
I bought a bag while waiting for the store-owner of the shop where I had given some of Vidur’s school bags to mend. The rate at which those zippers and handles give out is amazing. Well I already had a clutch purse to match the bag – see?
And on the way home, I simply had to get these too.
They’re worn on the wrist and made of wooden beads. Got to be careful when picking them because you’ll sometimes find they’ve inserted tamarind seeds in between, which can look quite smooth and shiny. And. Give. You. A. Rash.
All in all, an eventful week! Looking forward to the next one now!
And now, am off to “visit” other cities