I have been home from my trip to India about one week now. While the memories are still vivid, I want to pass on a few final observations about the exotic and ancient lady to the East. I had plenty of time on the trip back to think about my experience. Twenty-eight hours of travel… Read More The Om Files – The Rear View Mirror
The trip to Delhi was really a springboard for Arvinder and me to travel to Agra to see the Taj Mahal. That was one thing I really wanted to do (not knowing the other incredible sites there were to see.) Everyone says it is hard to describe the experience you have when you first see… Read More Does a Girl Have to Die Around Here to Get a Gift?!
People in India and the Middle East use something called Sirma. It is also called Kajal or Kohl. This is a type of eye mascara that they use on women, children, and sometimes men. Our driver in Hyderabad, Aziz, brought some to work one day to show me. It is stored in a silver bottle,… Read More Sirma (Ramblings from the Road)
Tim and I have had this discussion about tatoos before, and, honestly, I can see the point. Tatoos seem cool, but it is way too much of a commitment. I never thought I had commitment issues, but, hey, your tastes change over the years, and what I like now won’t seem so interesting when I’m 70. India… Read More Tatoo Me (Ramblings From the Road)
I have a slight retraction to make. A few postings ago, I mentioned a deity named Hanuman. He is the monkey god that I said could fly. Well, I got carried away with my description and added wings to him. He doesn’t have wings. He can just fly. He is sort of like a superhero… Read More Monkey, Yes, Winged, No
I’m sure that some of you that are addicted to the Kiefer Sutherland "24" show are thinking that this article is going to be about some new Indian twist on hectic, action filled, TV. Nope. I’ll give you a hint. What is white and red and itches all over?… Me! 26 is the… Read More 26 (Ramblings from the Road)
As much fun as I have been having, I did come here for work. There has been plenty of that going on too. Arvinder and I spent all day on Friday, 2/23, reviewing projects and discussing experiences and skill sets that are available. We left on Sunday, 2/25, to visit Vijaywada to meet the teams… Read More And Now… A Word From Our Sponsor