|The goodness of Himalayan Mist tea, SF '11, unfurling as they brew|
On a more positive note, for those who follow our work and our life, here is some news. Our long-dreamt-of project, the tea outlet, is finally shaping up, initially as an online outlet. This has kept me a little busy and we will be out on a tasting and sourcing expedition next week. I cannot tell you how excited and grateful I am for the way the universe has brought us to this point. I hope to be able to update my blog during this time, though I am not entirely certain. I will keep you posted as it evolves.
On the writing front, this week, I had the opportunity of writing guest posts for two bloggers whose work I follow and admire. I had a lot of fun writing these posts, and they are different from what I usually do. Do take a look.
A Gift From a Guest at Crack The Sky, a post on how blog posts really get written.
Three Easy-To-Grow Plants at Rachna Says, a post about a different kind of gardening.
As the country celebrates the birthday of the remover of obstacles, as the country struggles to find political solutions to greed and arrogance, as the air and the sunlight turn mellow to welcome the festive season, do take care and stay protected. Neither drunken elephants nor wild horses can prevent you from achieving that which you are destined for. However, that does not mean that drunken elephants and wild horses will not show up. We are setting out on yet another adventure at a time when the nation is very disturbed. Keep us in your prayers. We will be back before you know it.
|Study for Three Treasures, 2010, Glass Painting|