“You’ve got a good life,” she told me.
It’s not always roses.
I don’t see or talk to my family as much as I’d like to. Well, really, I don’t see or talk to quite as many of friends as I’d like to also. From time to time, I struggle to keep my head above water with training, online classes and various projects. And some days I really do miss being able to run, or have an ankle that moves for that matter.
But she’s right; I have a really damn good life.
And I’ll be damned if I don’t enjoy it fully.
Yesterday a couple friends and I were sipping chilled vodka and discussing how life develops. It’s funny how we try to have plans and structure but most of the time things just fall into place in an unexplainable way. I am trying to get better at listening to my heart and letting those subtle emotions guide my life rather than meticulously designed plans. I think there needs to be a balance of both to be honest but lately I find myself gazing into sunsets more frequently until a feeling hits me and whatever that feeling tells me to do I run with it.
Thank you for the magical photo @truly.brooke
The famous sweet invention of Bardhaman , Mihidana and sutabhog.
The tale goes , On invitation of Maharaja Vijaychand Mahatab Lord Curzon visited Bardhaman on 19 August 1904.
To memorize the welcome lunch of Lord Curzon, Maharaja ordered Vairabchandra Nag, a sweet-maker of the town, to prepare something new and unique which would amaze the Lord. .
Vairabchandra Nag undertook the responsibility and introduced two new preparations named Sitabhog and Mihidana. Lord Curzon was surprised to have such unique sweets and praised and thanked Vairabchandra Nag in the certificate given to him saying he never had such sweet ever before. Thereafter, the quality and name of these two sweets reached all over the country and abroad.