Diwai the fastival in India? not you country? my memory was quite big celebration for couple of days.Our friend Vijay and others would be enjoy on holidays? Big hug, dear Sweeti san.Michiko
Yes, they certainly do love their fireworks don’t they? They finally banned them in the city my wife lived in (the Philippines) because people were so reckless.
It’s indeed a time of celebration in India with sweets, crackers, family get togethers and celebrations with friends and relatives…a time to be in India certainly. There’s a small but growing trend of inclusive celebrations where folks visit old age homes/orphanages/social service organizations and share food, clothes, essentials and festival gifts with those less fortunate. Laws are already in place to avoid noisy celebrations beyond early night so folks can catch 40 winks 🙂 Am on vacation and enjoying the time off in "hot" chennai. One can take part in some of the festivities online – http://www.bing.com/search?q=virtual+diwali&form=QBLH&filt=all&qs=n and enjoy the images associated with the festival – http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=deepavali+diwali&form=QBIR# For those who enjoy fireworks, here are some videos – http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=diwali+fireworks&form=QBVR&qs=n# A very happy and safe Diwali to all!
Well! what you are doing this time of hourslol! It more likely Fridays? enjoy after 4-00 pm???my back is much better then where was a month ago and I felt better for everythings I do. BUT NOT my golfing yet……Yesterday I with my frinds wented other golf course for the match played and we had lost…again????All golfer from Victoria some people were three and an half hours to drive to the golf course. We took one half hours (used free ways) this course is still new and no trees a big opened spaces,You need to have a telescope to look at some holes and it took five and half hours to finished. (18 holes)We wan’t go back again If we won the game next year just past for second couples??Then we don’t know where we going to next year although we don’t know that we going to win again LOL! Enjoy your day my friend Sweeti san!Michiko
Thanks for the Diwali wishes.. more than crackers or anything else, it’s operation "eat the sweet" for me this weekend 🙂 Here’s some of the types of sweets – http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=diwali+ghee+sweets&form=QBIR&qs=n#
On this auspicious festival of lights, may the glow of joy… prosperity… and happiness shine everyone’s days in the year ahead. "Happy Diwali"
Always welcome to help with the sweets…plenty to go around..every house one visits during Diwali, there’s so much to try that you just have to stop after a quick sampling so as to stay healthy the entire day 🙂
Yeah…festival and vacations over.. back to working nights and waiting for the weekend already!
Oh Sweeti..I loved your remark to Vijay about helping him with the task of eating the sweets. I see from Michiko that she and her friends lost their game while I was gone visiting a family member away from my home. 🙂 Hopefully she did not have to play in the rain!Have a wonderful Tuesday my friend. (((HUGS)))
Green and silent Diwali celebrations take time to spread…breaking with customs and traditions during festivals takes time. The change is happenning slowly through education in schools and colleges, and ads in TV and radio about the impact of celebrations that contribute to pollution. Mostly though, as folks grow older, they celebrate less with crackers and more with sweets, gifts and visits to near and dear ones 🙂
Yup, the planet needs all our help. I don’t gain or lose too much weight.. kinda stays around the same plus/minus a few.. don’t watch it too much as it evens out over a week 🙂
hi sweeti, loads of wishes to you too
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