Arthi at Janmashtami

Sometimes, the universe conspires to put you in the right place at the right time.

After a mad rush through social events, we found ourselves in the Sapuram’s household yesterday night…right when the first round of Janmashtami bhajans were ending and the arthi was about to start.

I walked in and realized that Usha and Raghu had bestowed upon Adi the honorable task of taking the arthi around the sea of people that had gathered together to celebrate Krishna’s birthday. So grateful to be there and experience the positive energy and happiness.

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2 boys. 10 weeks.

2 boys.
10 weeks.

Fights.
Arguments.
About the last scoop of ice cream.

Planting flowers.
Playing in the sand.
Rushing in the rain.

Hanging together all the time.

Too many laughs.
Too many jokes.
Too many memories made.

Too much creating ruckus for mom.

Summer Break 2016.
Soon to be done.

I am going to do my annual routine of crying like a wimp after I drop them off at school. All the tissues in the world won’t wipe away those tears.

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Today is Raksha Bandan

Today is Raksha Bandan.

Raksha Bandan celebrates the special bond a brother and sister share.

I was very honored to tie a rakhi (looks like a friendship band) on this cool dude who also happens to be my neighbor and friend.

Happy Raksha Bandan to all the cool dudes that play the brother role in my life. May God bless y’all with a long life filled with happiness, health and adventure.

P.S. If you sell that company or win the lottery, remember the brother-sister pact that we made.

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