I’ve been married for 3 years. THREE YEARS!
It’s been pretty amazing. Often, it’s been even more amazing than I imagined it would be. Obviously, everyone has their share of fights and differences, and I am glad to report that no life-shattering discrepancies and disagreements have shown up in 3 years of co-habitation. Phew! We both seem to have settled well into our unique Couple Rhythm (everyone has them) and while we are still figuring out “how to be good at marriage” one step at a time, we’re pretty calm and content most of the year. Which is the ultimate marriage aim, isn’t it? Calm & content, honey, let’s just focus on remaining calm & content.
While we have many-an-anniversary that passes every year (first time we met, the day he asked me out, our engagement), we choose to celebrate one with more than just a passing “Happy 5th January!”
It was the best, and worst, 6 weeks of my life.
Let’s get the worst out of the way first. Continue reading
This is the final post in thedelhibells: Honeymoon series. Catch up with Part 1, Part 2 & Part 3 if you’ve missed them, before you move on to the post below.
My husband & I left for Singapore the next morning after breakfast. We lost a couple of hours to the time difference, so by the time we landed it was already dark. The 2 hour flight delay didn’t help either. We reached our hotel at 11.30 pm, tired and hungry. So I quickly ordered for dinner in the room, and while we unpacked for the 3rd & last time on this trip, I made it amply clear to my husband that I wouldn’t be able to (read: flat our refused to) get ready at 8 am the next morning for the city tour. It may also have had something to do with the fact that I’d visited Singapore on a family vacation many years ago, so I decided I’d rather sleep in than end the honeymoon on an exhausted note.
The next morning, Continue reading
Read Part 1 & Part 2 to know how we began our honeymoon journey with Karva Chauth & a trip to Gold Coast.
We landed in Sydney at 8 AM and headed straight for the hotel. The check-in was uneventful, for which I was truly grateful. Yes, we’d requested an early check-in in advance! Lesson learnt! The hotel was nice Continue reading
If you haven’t read Part 1 yet, you can catch up with it here before you move on to read Part 2.
Day 2 in Australia. My husband and I woke up early to get ready for a day of touring Gold Coast. We threw open the curtains, and what revealed itself was a very pretty view from our room! Continue reading
Just a reminder to everyone – today (20th July, 2013) is your LAST chance to enter the giveaway. You can enter it by going here. Comments on the post will be closed at 12 AM tonight, so if you’re one of those procrastinators who was waiting till the last minute to enter – that minute is here now! Or if you’ve been taking the time out to think about what kind of comment to write so that you can potentially win, well, stop thinking now and just write one! And you still have enough time to pick up the phone & nudge your fiancé /husband to also leave a comment so that you double your chances of winning.
Tick tock, tick tock, time’s running out!
You can participate by clicking here.
Good luck to all of you!
Click on the image to view full-size picture
**this giveaway is now closed**
You’ve been following the blog religiously, leaving comments and words of encouragement along the way. I love talking to all of you, and I secretly believe that I have the best blog readers in the world!
But sometimes, words are not enough. Sometimes, a giveaway worth $159 (that’s almost 10,000 rupees!) says thank you in a way that words obviously can’t 🙂
This giveaway is brought to you by BattleTrip. First let me tell you what the prize is all about (it’s a new concept, so you’ll want to read the details carefully). And then, the big question gets answered – HOW CAN YOU WIN THE GIVEAWAY? – at the end of this post Continue reading
If you’re new to the blog, start reading thedelhibells series from here. This is post #12.
I know, I know. You are expecting the Honeymoon post. I began writing this with the title “thedelhibells: Honeymoon” but the story of the first 48 hours of our honeymoon is so intimately tied up with Karva Chauth, that I can’t possibly talk about it without mentioning this first. You know me, I must give you ALL the details and so – here’s the story of my first Karva Chauth. Continue reading