Back to blogging

After a couple weeks off while I was traveling in Kuwait, I’m back home for the holiday season and settling back into my blogging schedule. It’s been a tough transition back from vacation to work, especially given that it’s the start of the holiday season. In a way this is a huge luxury. With the reduced pressure of deadlines, I can relax for a few days before returning to work and writing.

The extra time around the holiday season gives me time to reflect and get my “house” in order. Today I spent a couple of hours going through clothes in my wardrobe and discarding a number that I haven’t worn in ages. My kitchen has never been cleaner – at least not on a regular basis, especially when I’ve been cooking regularly. My husband and I have tackled a couple of home projects and there are a couple more in the works that we hope to have done by the end of the holiday season.  I only hope we can get everything done. I would love to have those things out of the way so that all I have to focus on in January is my writing and other deadlines.

Regardless, the holiday season is a wonderful time to appreciate what’s most important. Time with family and friends, time for relaxation and a bit of indulgence, and time to catch up on sleep and recuperate for the New Year. I’m excited about what it will bring and my upcoming projects.

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Humanity heading in the right direction?

A friend of mine posted a great picture from a couple of days ago that made me smile.

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My husband and I were celebrating our marriage with family and friends in Kuwait where I grew up. We had an amazing time with people who’ve seen me since I was a little kid, eating, dancing, and enjoying the atmosphere of a farm in Kuwait. Hard to believe, but yes they do exist.

The caption my friend put to this picture was: “A Chinese-American living in Singapore celebrating an Indian-Irish wedding in Kuwait. Tell me humanity isn’t heading in the right direction…”

That statement really made me smile. What a great way to sum up the occasion? We are so lucky that society is moving in a direction where situations like this will seem more and more usual. Thank you to our family and friends for being so warm and welcoming! I can’t wait to see this happening more and more.

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