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My Sister is Here!

My sister is here! She got in the day before yesterday. Yesterday we hung out...
She tried to learn how to make Poori (sp?) bread.... she wasn't very successful at it :) haha!
We took Aashini to school and then went and picked her up after school. It was the first time I had been to her school since having Diya, so we brought sweets for everyone :)
After Aashini's nap, we went to a fort that I love! You can read about the fort here!
This shepherd guy had his donkeys walking around inside of the fort. He had their ankles tied together, it was kinda funny :)
This fort is so cool looking! It's "wintertime" so it's super hazy and foggy looking some days!
There were a lot more monkeys there than the last time we were there! There were tons of them! (You can see a couple of them in the shadows in this picture).
So those are the pics from yesterday... but no pics from today - my sister is sick :(

Comments

Carrie said…
Oh no! I hope your sister gets better so she can enjoy her visit!
Deanna said…
Looks like great fun. I know it must be so great to have family there!
a la carte said…
oh man, i hope she gets better soon! you look amazing and you are making me miss south asia so much!!! i had hoped that i would get to come in january, but i'm going to east asia instead. my students are coming though. have a wonderful time with your sister.
Bri said…
I hope you have a blast!! Is your sister younger or older?
Emily said…
I love that first picture of Alison with Diya! They look like they're bonding. :) I hope she feels better soon...I can take an educated guess at what's wrong with her... :( That's no fun!
Sara Beth said…
That's amazing that you're out and about that much after a c-section! Glad you are feeling good!
SouthAsiaRocks said…
haha! yeah, I'm definitely out at about but exhausted by 8:00 pm! haha! Walking on all the stairs at the fort totally made me sore too - I think if you have a c-section you're not supposed to do stairs for the first month if you can help it... oops!

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