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Blog of the day - The Indian Homemaker

Yes, I know – I have posted this blog on my page before and it is also featured in my inspired section – but I really love… 34 more words


a granddaughter's goodbye

“Can you get that?” Sarah’s father asked. He didn’t look at her, only at her mother. It took a moment for Sarah to respond to his question. 922 more words


A Essay on my Love for 'Pho'

A few years ago, on my birthday, Harsha took me to a Vietnamese restaurant on campus, Kai Hanon (literally means Festival Opening). We have been going there for a few years but for one dish: Deep fried lemongrass chicken. 1,060 more words


The Holy Night

Today I want to share with you some of  Muslims rituals during Ramadan .

It is the 27 day of Ramadan , which means the most important spiritual moment of the year  . 83 more words


In-laws as parents: adopting for marriage

When Hitoshi and I got engaged, I started thinking about changing my last name. I love Hitoshi’s family name. It includes some of my favorite natural objects. 584 more words


What will it take? Thinking about Dwindling Coffers and Empty Pews

I am a member of a small parish. In fact, it’s really two parishes combined under one umbrella ministry, with one priest running both parishes and, for now, another priest who helps out with Mass and confession, etc. 1,312 more words

Christian Life

Throwback Thursday - My First Dance Performance (1989/1990)

Waaaay back then, my mom enrolled my sister and me into all sorts of extra-curricular classes – Art, Music, Dance – and the only lessons that I loved were those dance lessons I attended weekly. 376 more words