As I was browsing today to get my dose of color and home decor high, I came across this picture on Anna Spiro's blog. Anna Spiro is an interior designer and successfully runs her own design store "Black & Spiro". She very recently launched her online shop aptly called Absolutely Beautiful Things. This image spoke to me at so many levels! The colors in it jump right at you and would sure keep away those winter greys!
It's Monday and I am at home (not usually the case) as am feeling a bit under the weather. So, I decided to make the best use of it and shot some frames of my apartment home. There's something tranquil about being home on a weekday. For me there's no better medicine than sipping on a cup (or a few ;-) ) of chai sitting on my couch to make me feel better!
Hope your week has started off great and if not I hope these pics cheer you up!
Ganesh Chaturthi is around the corner and I am very excited about what I want to do this year. Growing up in Bombay this festival of 10 days was always so much fun! People irrespective of age, sex, caste and creed used to come together to celebrate the 'Elephant God'. I have many a fond memories of celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi back home, not to forget all the delicious modaks and other goodies. Even back then it was a way to explore my creative side with the decorations :-) The image below is from last year. Do you celebrate this festival? If so, what are your plans?
I have started off reading this book "The Hugry Tide" by Indian author Amitav Ghosh. I must admit I have read very few Indian authors but this so far has been a good read. I made some sabudana kichdi for breakfast to accompany a good read. A good sumptuous and fulfilling weekend ;)
A birthday party, few Hitchcock movies, bike shopping and a local art festival! My weekend was rather packed with things to do, but a good one all in all. Just clicked some pics of a corner in my apartment home :) Few roses from my patio garden sit in a corner and a new addition on my wall is the clear glass framed flowers from the art festival. Funny that I am even saying this, but Happy Monday!