Week 2

If you had to move to a country besides the one you currently live in, where would you move and why?

This is a tough one. There are so many countries I would love to visit. Having traveled overseas to the likes of Aruba,Grenada, Mexico, London, Honduras, and Puerto Rico I am torn. However, the first country that came to mind was India.

Why? I love their colorful silk garments, vibrant spirits, and tasty food. I have always admired the details they place in the decoration and perpetration of weddings. Their wedding ceremonies are so wonderful, and often last a few days. A celebration worth waiting for! I also appreciate and admire their family unit structure. In most Indian families the men take the lead and the entire family lives under one roof. This sounds like lots of fun to me. Considering I am such a family girl. Surprisingly I am not a fan of spicy foods, but I love and can tolerate Indian spices. During my time in Rochester I lived for this one Indian buffet. I went there almost I everyday. My favorite dish is Bindi Masala and their onion fritters. I also love the diversity in dialects. I learned to say I love you in one of their many dialects. Not sure which one lol. I could go on and on as to why I would travel to Indian. Finally what I love about the Indian culture is their upbeat music. Every time I hear the beat of their music I can’t help but to get up and shake my groove thang : )

Favorite Indian Movies:
We Are Family
Monsoon Wedding
The Mistress of Spices
Bride and Prejudice

Music or silence while working?
A little of both. It depends on my mood that day.

What is your favorite color?
All the bright ones lol, seriously these days it’s Fushia

Do you have a bucket list? What are your three items? A bucket list are things you want to do before you die.
No bucket list here. I enjoy the moments and opportunities as they come 🙂




  1. Great pictures!

    Posted 1.17.14
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