Monthly Archives: January 2012

:: more than stories ::

We’ve been back at home for more than a month now.  Our bodies are not confused by what is day and night anymore.  Our schedules are changing and we are trying to make sense of our new routines. As we … Continue reading

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Metalwork : Scindia School

Lucas especially enjoyed going to the Metalwork classroom to learn and ended up doing some projects.  Siena also went a little but mostly at the beginning of our stay there. Arun was so nice to Lucas. The students were always … Continue reading

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Teaching Physics in India

Mark was teaching Physics to 7th, 8th and 9th grades, in India, at The Scindia School in Gwalior.  I think for Mark, this was a different experience than he expected.  Or I should say, at least for me as an outsider, I think it … Continue reading

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:: this moment ::

A beautiful and fun Friday ritual. Inspired by SouleMama. {this moment} – A Friday ritual. A single photo – no words – capturing a moment from the week. A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor and … Continue reading

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India: ‘Medical Services’ from the outside

This post is dedicated to my family. I have lots of members in my family who work in ‘medical services’.  My dad is an OBGYN doctor.  Two of my uncles (my mom’s brother and my dad’s brother) are medical doctors … Continue reading

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Doors in India

After a while I started taking pictures of the beautiful doors we passed by in the different cities and towns in India.  Here are some of them for us to remember. These here below are from Amber Fort and in the … Continue reading

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:: What I’m missing from India ::

Living in a different place, you make your house, your home. We lived in a house the school gave us for the time of our stay in Gwalior. We made it ours, and made it work with what we had. … Continue reading

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