When History Repeats Itself


*Picture from http://nerdbirder.com

There are a few birds chirping right outside the living-room window of my new home in Pune. It is a quintessentially “Pune” day – a hot sun, a very slight wind and the promise of a rejuvenating evening breeze hanging in the air. R and I are now married and have graduated to being housemates, student-teacher in the kitchen (no prizes for guessing who’s who) and regular visitors to the departmental store. We still sit back sometimes and breathe in hard to let it sink in – the fact that it all turned out well and we are truly, finally, man and wife.

This morning is when my laptop was accessible over suitcases, kitchenware and general chaos. Ladies and gents, welcome again to “Of Paneer, Pulao and Pune”. We promise to regale you with stories from this charming city, told with the gusto of a hot vada paau and garnished with a generous sprinkling of panipuri masala.

This is the umpteenth move from “Saddi Delhi” and I have been awarded the title of the best luggage packer in town. While life doesn’t really allow me any wind of its plans, thus preventing me from forecasting, I look forward to many bright evenings, delightful meals (some of which I will cook), fun times with R and, hold your breath, settling down in happy matrimony.

Wish me luck.


24 thoughts on “When History Repeats Itself

  1. Best wishes, Debo. I have known my husband 6 years before we got married. Married life let’s you see the same person in different tones, isn’t it?. It is fun. 🙂

  2. How sweet! Wishing R and you a lovely life ahead!
    Your post made me think of my first move in with VT when we got married. We knew each other for over 4 years but matrimony is so different! 🙂 Ah..those days!

  3. Yayyyyyy. . So hey how is it going. ..

    My best wishes always and hey hey might give you a shout out around 12th April as might come to pune to see the ipl match .. nothing finalised it’s a toss between delhi or pune depending where everyobe can turn up…

    All the best always debs and god bless and congratulationssssssssssssssssssss

    • What are you saying? That sounds splendid! Watching an IPL match is bound to be fun…do give me a shout-out if you are in Pune. 🙂 🙂

      Thanks again for your lovely wishes Bikram. Hope you enjoy the Pune tales we will now spin. 🙂

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