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Juneau, Alaska

Our first and longest stop in America’s northern most state, Juneau, hit us yet again with its small town vibe and easygoing nature. We arrived at Uncle Gary’s after a big day of flying (New York to Seattle to Juneau) and sort of fell in a heap. 762 more words

Celebrating Aug 15 with an hyphenated-identity

Aug 15 holds a special meaning for all of the Indian diaspora – the Non Resident Indians (NRIs) regardless of their country of citizenship.

My memories of Aug 15 go back to the 1960s where I remember fashioning a flag out of a ripped calendar page (July 1969), crayoning the tricolor on it and sketching a blue chakra with as many spokes as a seven year old could draw and parading out to the terrace and glueing the paper flag onto a nondescript pole. 1,038 more words

NRI World



Are like fireworks. In a way…

And like poetry…

Because when I see them,

I am reminded of the time

I once watched a fireworks show from my front porch (on the Fourth of July) 91 more words



A little late in posting, but these fireworks, taken during a July 4 celebration in Bakersfield, VT, are still gorgeous. 32 more words


July 4, 2015

Rhys has a family friend from New Zealand that was planning a wedding for July in Canada. We figured it was a great time for him to visit Atlanta and meet my mom and friends before he went on to Canada. 402 more words

Rhys In Atlanta

July 2015

having one more get together with Tides friends.

watching the Women’s National Team win a World Championship. Three-Cheers for strong women role models!

Arts Festing! 267 more words