The weather in UK is unpredictable. I am not sharing any new fact here.. It has been known for centuries. We visited Spain two weeks ago and the weather was hot , a little bit humid , but totally worth it, getting dressed down in shorts , skirts ,dresses , crocs , hitting the beach and getting basked in the sun. That Tuesday night , when we landed back at London Heathrow, the pilot announced the wind was 35 Mph earlier that evening and it had calmed down to 22 Mph. Sigh !! Still it was terribly breezy and cold , waiting those 10 minutes for the cab to arrive. We covered ourselves with our first hoody layers , still shivering inside them. The Taxi arrived . With heaters switched on, inside the car , we were all feeling cozy and slowly getting to normal.
Spring has begun , the Sun is shining and its bright and blooming outside !!!
Garden Centre’s are getting spruced up welcoming new and little visitors like us.
Mums Dad’s have begun to lawn move in an attempt to make it their laundered garden ever. So whenever transient visitors come around, they are definitely tumultous and wooed. Easter break has begun.. So kids together at home are competely struck by boredom. Lil V. V is a 6 years old kid who likes to do cool stuff.. Have you got a definition of cool in your dictionary ?
F eels totally delighted to share , Sandhya’s Kitchen has been featured one among the Top Indian Cusine Blog’s for 2010..by Cooking Schools. It did take a while to find my feet stable… A recognition is worth cherishing.. Moreover when we work on something without any expectation ,giving full 100%… any appreciation brings a smile.
Why not treat yourself to this delightful masala chaas.. after a full course meal? This is surely going to be appetising and tummy pacifier…