You know you’ve married well when you come downstairs to find your husband baking baking soda to approximate potassium bicarbonate in order to make properly alkaline homemade ramen noodles. Continue Reading
Genetics get funny when your kid’s ancestors hail from as diverse locations as China, Korea, Western Europe and the native lands of the Cherokee. We get a lot of looks when we go out as an extended family. Continue Reading
I’ve been trying to write this post for nearly 5 days now. At one point it was a nice, little post about our trip to Old Delhi in the middle of a monsoon downpour. And then, suddenly, it turned into many more things. Continue Reading
I went to the Med Unit a few months ago for a routine well-check while Chris happened to be flying somewhere over Eastern Canada at the time–3 hours into a 15 hour flight back to Delhi.
Privacy is a bit of an aspirational goal when one lives, works, and receives medical care all within the space of about 200 feet, but I didn’t really mind that day as I walked back into the waiting room that day to find my friend sitting there, her jaw nearly scrapping the floor. Continue Reading
I love it. Continue Reading