A long drive, when its pourring cats & dogs..yummy parathzzas at “The Indian Paratha Company”...
a steaming cup of airport hot coffee amid the hurrying travellers..& my fav cold cafe frappe to end the night (“hoomans, do not disturb me when am with my coffee”)!! .
That must-have-in-every-gal’s-wardrobe “white shirt with denim jeans” is something i couldn’t stop myself from mentioning😅
And that’s a wrap... until the next adventure .. which starts tonight 😉
What an incredible experience to spend the last four days surrounded by 90 amazing powerful women. The back drop was pretty amazing too. If you were watching my stories you’d have seen how insane the mansions were 😍
We laughed, we cried, we shared our stories, we spoke about our visions and goals for our businesses. Sometimes I really have to pinch myself that I’m part of a community that thrives on seeing each other succeed. It’s really rare but we do truly work together not against one another. We get to do life together, mostly virtually and zoom chats lol but then when we are together we do it in style! 🕺🏾 If you have been watching my journey over this past few days and want to know more about what I do, I would LOVE to share that with you! When I say we all thrive together I mean it 💞
Reach out, send me a message and let’s chat... Why Not You too?!.. ✨
My spot in the city.
This church for me, transcends space and time.
It connects the little girl who used to come here with her Grandma while in the city during summer vacations to the young adult who treats it as an escape.
No matter how short our trip my Ammachi would make sure we didn't leave without going to Mahim Church.
We would hop onto an Auto or a taxi from Santacruz and be on our way. I'd mostly doze off on the way and wake up all sweaty and irritated to my Grandma telling me that we were there.
As I'd rub my eyes and adjust to the brightness, I'd wonder what was so special about this church.
Christians almost always get excited about visiting new churches; enamoured by the architecture, the paintings, the statues and the grandeur altogether.
But this one was quite simple.
Still confused, I'd follow her around, copying each action of hers. She'd notice how fidgety I was and ask me to kneel down, join my hands, close my eyes and pray. "Pray sincerely and don't forget to be thankful for all that you have.", she'd say. She then used to give me some change which I'd happily go and put into one of the offertory boxes.
My grandma and I still visit new churches and pretty much do the same thing.
But this one here has managed to acquire a special place in my heart.
Years later, I still come here. I'm certainly not the little girl visiting with her grandma. I've changed. My relationship with my faith has changed. My concerns have changed. I come here seeking silence. Seeking solace. Seeking sunshine.
I come here.
To my spot in the city.
Don’t wanna go inside! Enjoying my book in our own backyard. So glad we’re at a point where we can enjoy it now, after working on it for over a year. Super proud of what we’ve achieved and super grateful for this space to call our own ❤️🌿 #lifeisgood
Looking for something fun to do today? Come see us at the Lansdowne Farmer’s Market! Open until 3pm. We hope to see you there!
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☀️😋It’s that time of the week again!! So, 🥞crumpets
🍳Poched egg, salmon, mushroom and focaccia
What is your brunch going to be? No matter which you choose, we’ll make sure it’s delicious 😊 Enjoy your weekend! #Salmon#Foccacia#BruuuuuunchTime#NeighboursParis
The chef came back from her holidays inspired: she added a twist to the spinach fritters and it’s delicious! They’re now courgette and spinach fritters with roasted red peppers and aubergine 😍😋 Hope you’ll like this new version as much as we do!! Let us know 😉 #BonAppetit#NeighboursParis#BrunchInParis#ChefPassion