On the 12th and the 13th, we had Deborah and Phil from Georgia USA with us and it was exhillarating catching up with them after so many years. We were sad to see them go away and look forward to their return soon.
We had Kaush come all the way from Canada via Chennai on the 14th and that was intellectually so stimulating that I slept non stop for eight hours on Saturday night!
And finally, we had my grand nephew Rishit from Hyderabad land up on Sunday to spend the day with us and it was so nice catching up with all that has been happening to him and our family there and also in sharing so much of information that the young lad had not had access to all these years. Unfortunately, I did not take any photographs, but he is here on transfer and so I expect to see a great deal more of him in the days to come and shall indeed take some photographs to save for posterity.
Apart from these out of towners we had so many visitors coming for Diwali that it was quite tiring at times. But, that is a small price to pay once a year to share such joy.
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Great pictures! Thanks. I especially loved the T-shirts. 🙂
I’m glad you had a god time with all your company.
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It was a fantastic interlude. Things have now returned to normal and the blood pressure too has.
How nice! I never have friends from out of town visit… then again, maybe I don’t have any lol
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Our home has always been a transit point Mitch! I have lost count of the number of people who have come to stay with us and who have visited us.
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Thank you. I did and am sure that will again too.
the joy just flies out from this post rummy!
so happy for you. and glad that you shared with us.
and… i love the beard.
i made the pictures bigger so to see them better.
diwali is a time of thanksgiving with family and friends for sure!
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Phill’s beard takes some maintenance and since Deborah speaks a smattering of Marathi, our local language, she escorted him to the local saloon for a trim and a top shave!
It’s always fun to see friends and catch up – great pics. I am not too far from Georgia
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As you would have seen from the photo, Phill is a huge fellow compared to the two of us locals. I thought of you when I published the photograph.
You are among the most fortunate of men to have so many congenial friends and relatives.
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That I am Gabbygeezer and I am grateful for that blessing. Thank you.
catching up with old friends/family is always great…
In these three instances, those were simply fantastic.
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