Saturday, January 7, 2012

Long Time No Blog

I know I am unfashionably late with this but I’m going to say it anyway: Happy New Year, everyone!

I’ve been MIA for a couple of weeks. I do have an excuse, however. It’s lame but lame’s better than none, right? So, here it goes:

I was into the thick of holiday prep madness on 12/23 when my laptop decided to cr@p out on me. I am not going to tell you how ticked off I was by that… Right after I had put together a little slideshow with the highlights of our 2011 and was about to share with you here. But alas, the slideshow had to sit tight in my machine until I got back home from Chicago and could take it to get fixed. So, two weeks and $200 later, I have the laptop in working order and don’t think for a second that I am not going to subject you to my little creation, late or not.

Besides, I happen to be Eastern Orthodox (by default) and most Eastern Orthodox Christians celebrated Christmas yesterday, so I am not that late, right? Of course, Bulgarians are not among those that celebrated yesterday but let’s pretend that’s not the case, just this once, shall we? So, Merry Belated Christmas to all of you guys that celebrated it, and Happy Belated Holidays to everyone else!

Without further ado, here’s the blessed slideshow that may or may not have caused my laptop to go into a coma:

Highlights from our 2011

Also very late is our Christmas/Holiday card picture but I thought I’d post it up here for the record anyway. It’s a sequel to last year’s and I just realized that I didn’t put the one from last year up here, so you get two for one this year. See if you can spot the differences.

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This is all I’ve got today but I will be back soon with more pictures and updates.


  1. What a difference a year makes! What an awesome holiday photo!! Both of them together! :D Happy Christmas and Merry New Year ... it's never too late to celebrate :)

  2. Great slideshow! It's been so long, Nia is beautiful and Max is precious. India will be so awesome! How long will you be there? Will your mom go with you?

  3. Hi Peggy - we are going to be in New Delhi for two years. You guys are more than welcome to visit us. My mom and dad will visit us in Delhi but they are not going to be with us the whole time.

  4. We would love to visit! We've been talking about going to India for years! And now that I am a yoga teacher, I feel a special pull toward the East.

  5. Then I guess you are coming, Peggy! We've never been to India before but are very excited to go and look forward to visitors. We love yoga too and can't wait to do it in India.


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