Hello!  It feels so good to be home!

My flight was ok – nothing too exciting.  I read and slept.  Vishnu picked me up at the airport. Smile Even though we saw each other at the end of March, it felt like a year since I had last seen him.  That’s what a long distance relationship will do to you.  LOL!

I woke up this morning and made something I like to call a pancake biscuit (a super thick pancake).  It doesn’t look like much, but it tasted quite yummy.  I “frosted” it with a melted peanut butter and honey mixture.

Home in May 007

After eating, I drove into the city to see my friend Ruchi.  Ruch got married and moved to India back in November.  She started a blog to share her experiences as an American living in India – American Sugar Indian Chai.  Even though I’ve traveled to India multiple times, I love reading about her new life there.  This is her first visit home, and since I’m in town, I wanted to make sure we had a chance to hang out and catch up! Smile

Home in May 010

My parents and I also made a trip to the outlets near our house.  I didn’t really find much – it’s always so hit or miss for me.  My mom, on the other hand, found her dream purse at the Coach outlet. Smile

Home in May 011


Oh, and guess what.  I found my next book – The Alchemist.  I’m so excited!  I hear it’s right up my alley.

Well, I’m off to watch a movie with the rents! Smile Goodnight, y’all!!

What are your plans this Mother’s Day weekend? 

Have you read The Alchemist??

By Parita

0 thoughts on “A-Town!”
  1. My non-important goal this year is to buy myself a Coach purse! I need to stop by the outlets to do that! Glad you’re having a great weekend in Atlanta – and I can’t wait to check out your friend’s blog!

  2. My friend told me that everyone she knows who reads The Alchemist winds up getting a divorce! Steer clear if you’re hitched! 🙂

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