Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Mornin'

The bright sun and gentle breeze has made for a wonderful start to the week. It’s put me in such a good place that beside work, which goes by at a snails pace on good weather’s days, I can’t be bothered to do much beside lean towards the sun. Like yesterday, after work, I did some dinner prep and then lay on the day bed (bathed in the sun) and watched mindless TV (in the shade). For hours. Till V came home and hunger pangs overtook, all at once. Then we had a lovely easy baked dinner of aloo patties and paneer stuffed capsicum, both doused in Masala chilli sauce (yay, Maggie), on our lovely spider-free balcony furniture. Sipped on chilled sparkling water and apple juice. All in the evening sun.

This is what summer is made of.

8 comments:

  1. Though it was awesome to imagine, a picture could have been just perfect. Of you spider free balcony with all th yummy goodies.. :) Nice post. Hope the rest of the week is as great.

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  3. Your post made me miss winters, or well, alteast cold weather, and miss craving for the sun. I have an overdose of it where I live :(

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  4. While on Maggi, have you noticed the numerous new flavors they have? While some are alright, others are downright unedible

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  5. Siri: rest of week - so far so good! Pictures: I just never get my act together - and the food too tasty to waste time photographing!

    Shub: Come live in London. You'll soon start missing the heat! But I know exactly what you mean.

    Parth: No I haven't tried any new Maggie stuff - any recommendations?

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  6. Nice. well it's about time that dratted golden orb shone over this city

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  7. Isn't it gorgeous

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  8. Yet Another Blog8:02 PM

    How lovely. We have been invaded by cicadas this summer and haven't been able to use the back porch or deck all summer long.

    Please post some recipes once in a while. Paneer stuffed capsicum sounds delicious.

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