Thanks friends for all your nice comments. Slowly but surely we are coming out of the distress. Now all we want is to move on and get back to life. As they say each cloud has a silver lining this incident too have made us atrong and matured. Has taught us that life doesn’t quite run the way you want but some unnecessary hurdles come along…we have to keep our eyes open to see them and face them bravely.
We Bengalis exchange bijaya greeting till the end of Kalipujo or Diwali so am not very late in wishing all of you Shubho Bijaya. May The Goddess bless all your families with her choicest blessings and fill your homes with happiness. On a good note we are leaving for a pre planned Kerala trip tomorrow. My Father has also come to join us on that. As you can well assume this is the perfect trip to help us unwind…we are truly looking forward to this.
No recipe today rather a picture of my recent DIY project. This one is very easy but apt for our very own festival of lights, the Diwali. Hubby loved it, as it creates a magical atmosphere with a flickering tea light inside. If you are interested in doing this, just get hold of some broken glass bangles, a small shot glass or small baby food jars and a small tube of feviquick. start sticking on broken glass pieces and completely cover the outside of the glass surface. Easy isn't it?
Enjoy and have a great time friends. Hope to be back soon.