#Travel

Weekend Getaway: Muscat, Oman

This last week we were in Dubai for the Arab Health Exhibition. This tradeshow is fast becoming the worlds largest tradeshow and exhibition in the healthcare industry. Before Arab Health started, The Husband and I decided to do a side trip to Oman for 2 days the weekend before Arab Health started. When we were… Continue reading Weekend Getaway: Muscat, Oman

#Ramblings

Martin Luther King

Dr. Martin Luther King's 87th Birthday was last Friday, and yesterday was the official holiday in the US celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King. I was reading his "I Have a Dream" speech and couldn't help but dwell on the portion "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation… Continue reading Martin Luther King

#Cooking

Cookies Galore!

For this last Christmas/New Year we were not able to go back home to be with our loved ones during the holidays and were stuck in Kuwait. It was a an emotional time for me because I was missing all the festivities, but we tried to do a little something here to take away the homesickness as… Continue reading Cookies Galore!

#Cooking, Travels

Thenga.. Maanga..Chakka… "Kerala Masala"

If you haven't realized by now, I'm an Indian. I grew up in Texas, but my heritage is Asian Indian. I am from a place called Kerala, which is located in the southernmost tip of India. Kerala is known as "God's own country". Kerala is a tropical coastal region and all around you'll see lush… Continue reading Thenga.. Maanga..Chakka… "Kerala Masala"

Travels

Turkey 2015 – Part 1

I know this is about 4 months late, but I guess the phrase better late than never works best here. I have been wanting to share about my Turkey Trip since January, but I just wasn't able to properly write a post. I have been working on this post for about 2 weeks off and… Continue reading Turkey 2015 – Part 1

#Cooking

Tuscan Skillet Chicken

One of my favorite things to do is search on Google for recipes and go through Pineterst just to check out pictures and get new ideas an be inspired to cook. . I can spend hours just searching for, reading about, and watching youtube videos on different recipes. Before the internet was readily available (the prehistoric days… Continue reading Tuscan Skillet Chicken

Travels

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque – Abu Dhabi

Recently I had to go to Abu Dhabi for a work exhibition and I had a free evening so I was able to visit the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi. Since I moved to the Middle East, this was one of the things on my bucket list to visit! I've read about the grand… Continue reading Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque – Abu Dhabi

Devotions, Ramblings/Thoughts

Marriage as I know it

Last weekend a friend of mine came over and we were talking about random things. She mentioned a series of videos she watched by Mark Gungor. So then we (Friend, The Husband, and I) sat and watched one of his seminars, and The Husband and I really enjoyed watching it and I hope we'll be able… Continue reading Marriage as I know it

Ramblings/Thoughts

You are not alone!

“You treat a disease, you win, you lose. You treat a person, I guarantee you, you’ll win, no matter what the outcome.” - Patch Adams, Patch Adams Yesterday morning I was reading through different headlines and saw there was a post saying Robin Williams dies of an apparent suicide at 63. I had to Google… Continue reading You are not alone!

#Cooking

Roasted Vegetables

I said I would post how I roasted vegetables in my previous post so here you go! Roasting vegetables is pretty easy and you can do it with many different vegetables. So far I've tried onions, zucchini, potatoes, carrots, bell peppers, asparagus, mushrooms, brussel sprouts, broccoli, eggplant, and sweet potatoes. This time I had some bell… Continue reading Roasted Vegetables