At the Singapore airport last Sunday. We had South-Indian food for lunch, and North-Indian for dinner. I also got four Rasgulla, a Bengali paneer (home-made cottage cheese) based dessert. Me: Do you want to try this Leila? It's called Rasgulla. I used to eat a lot of this when I was little. Really yummy. Leila: … Continue reading Hezbollah, the Cumin-timer, and the Box
The phone rings in the morning. My brothers and I wake up. It rings again. The person on the other end won't give up. I rush into my parents bedroom to double check. Their unmade bed is empty. It's no dream. Mum and dad woke up their doctor friend in the middle of the night. … Continue reading Like a Coconut Tree
The Monkey Song from the Jungle Book is one of our favorites. The music is catchy, the dancing good fun, and the animation colourful. R pretends to play the trumpet like the monkeys. L watches intently, and loves the other two main songs as well, the Elephant march with Colonel Hathi, and "The Bare Necessities", … Continue reading The Monkey Song
Dec 2010, Ahmedabad In July 2009 I was put on bed rest due to complications in my pregnancy. I have taught one class since. It was in my grandfather's house in India. My habit of teaching in living rooms continues. Maher, my two brothers, two cousins, and an uncle took the "Intro to Ashtanga" class … Continue reading Yoga House Ahmedabad
OnoLisa's pics of Leila, Ahmedabad, December 2010.