new year

I returned from a long vacation.  Visited my family in Indonesia and Thailand, and the in-laws in India.  Can't exactly call the latter a vacation.  But I was gone for a good 3.5 months from September to December.
And then I started my new year in still-a-new-place-to-me since I flew to Asia soon after we moved from Texas.  And instead of a long list of impractical resolutions this year, I decided I will keep only one resolution this time:
But I brought a small change in me.  I am trying to make things around me a little more colorful.  A little more bright, a little happier.  Instead of the plain and simple calendar that I have been making since the last 5 years, I am now adding some color to it:

Alok had searched and selected an apartment, and unpacked all the cartons on his own in my absence.  So it was a new-apartment-in-a-new-city for me.  I made furniture shopping lists, to-do lists, grocery shopping lists:
But he lived like a bachelor in my absence, so I had to organize the whole apartment and clean each and every thing around because of all the dust piled up.  This is the kitchen I was welcomed to upon my arrival, so you can imagine the rest:
But you know what is killing me more?
THIS.  THIS RIGHT HERE.
Can someone explain why this spray can be installed on the KITCHEN SINK but not in the BATHROOM?  I still hate the bloody toilet paper, and every time I see this spray in the kitchen, it reminds me of my misery.

However, this new year what I really want to remind myself and you all is to be positive and be happy, no matter what.  Count your blessings:
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Let us feel fortunate with what God has blessed us with.  And let us do something for the less fortunate ones.  This new year, I hope to become a better person and wish you a successful one.

Happy new year,
Nisha

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9 comments:

  1. Hi! nice to see you back. You welcome home present was a bit too much :) Maybe next time you will think again when you go visiting :) with out hubby:) .This is my interpretation maybe wrong.

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    1. oh yeah, after this, i'm definitely not leaving him behind on his own ever again.
      thanks, archana.

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  2. Welcome back, happy new year.House looks like it supposed to me, you can't expect more than this from men.

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    1. ha ha, true that!
      thanks swathi :)

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  3. welcome back and have a great 2013 !

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  4. Welcome back! OMG, if I came home to that kitchen, I would have screamed. I love the toilet paper. :-) Hope you took some great pictures and will be sharing them.

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    1. Thanks, yep will be sharing soon :)

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  5. he he..I am liking the spray tap on the kitchen sink btw. Washing greens and herbs will be easy :-)
    Wishing you a happy year ahead Nisha..it's not too late still :-)

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    1. this is called "dukhti nas pe haath rakhna"... he he;-)
      wish you a great one ahead too!

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