The weather here in Delhi has been achingly beautiful. Rains followed by bright blue skies and the sort of mellow temperatures that make us want to just stand still in the sunshine forever…or at least until the heat of summer drives us to seek every shadow, every pool of water, every air-conditioned nook we can find.
For now though, we are enjoying shivering a little in the shadows and lingering outdoors until the sun falls behind the trees.
Our computer seems about to meet its end. We don’t yet know exactly when, but its coming soon.
I thought it was all over on Tuesday. I’d been up late working nights and early mornings for weeks trying to ignore the creaking sounds coming from the hard drive. Mere minutes before I was to upload a big project prototype online, the screen froze. And froze again. And continued to freeze instantly each of the seven times I hysterically punched the power button to reboot.
It was with a slight twinge of relief that Chris and I fell asleep to rather subdued Indian version of silence last night. I truly don’t know if I could do more than one truly authentic mainland Chinese New Year experience.
Today, after a lovely birthday celebration for one of Will’s friends, we strung up decorations and played outside while Chris toiled away in the kitchen to prepare for us our version of Chinese New Year feast.
Just popping in with a few quick photos.
Its been fantastic showing Delhi to my parents and getting to see my sister on the other side of the world for the first time ever.