Every week Cee asks three questions, with which we get to answer and share a little of our world with our readers and friends. Here are my answers for this week:
What are you grateful for in regard to:
- Your home life – I can be myself in my home – if I want to be fun or sad or just stay quiet – just me.
- Your family – My family(immediate & extended) are wonderful people with open hearts.
- Your blogging community – Honestly, I am learning so much from my blogging community & I feel lucky to be connected to such great people.
- Your city or immediate area in which you live – My city(Delhi), is the capital of India, and so are the pros(& cons) of living here. Yes, life in metros are little difficult, but I love it here because of the urban development here, still maintaining some old areas like Chandni Chowk, and also having huge history which is fascinating in itself.
- The regional area in which you live – Delhi comes under Northern part of India. Being the Capital of India, is a hub for jobs for this region. It also has a fine balance of all seasons which I enjoy all the time. Yes, we don’t get snow here, but upper Himalayas are not far from here which helps us to plan outings in winters as well 😉
- The country where you live – I live in India, which is a diverse and secular land with people from all backgrounds, cultures and even religions. We enjoy all the festivals with equal zeal which makes it a wonderful country to live. Not to mention, India is a land where we get so many places to explore – the snow covered mountains in Kashmir, the photographer’s paradise in Leh & Ladakh, the religious Golden Temple in Amritsar, tea gardens in Assam, diverse history and beautiful palaces in Rajasthan and Gujarat, Ajanta & Ellora Caves, fun filled Goa, beautiful back waters in Kerala and even exotic locations like Lakshadweep and Andaman & Nicobar and many more to go(I think I can’t even mention all of the places here).
- You – I am sort of happy to be where I am right now. My life had a huge number of ups & downs(personally) still I have survived. Yeah, it did change me as a person, it did change my perceptions(which I might write on someday), but I feel grateful to have surpassed all those lows and still going strong. Life had never me anything that easily(no offence – some people are more lucky), so I’m prepared to face future hurdles.