Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Half a year is gone..it's June!

As we welcome June, half a year is gone and even though we still have couple of weeks to announce official summer in my part of the globe, the scorching heat, since last few weeks, is painting a complete different picture of spring for us Torontonians. I gargled enough about unfaithful Canadian winter and now fairly earn to quip about the sunny days :). Seeing Mr. Sun shining splendidly intense here, every day, makes me nostalgic, reminding me of Indian summer where we grew up without a weather apps or having a glance at meteorological conditions.
 
Life is chiefly busy these days donning several caps at a time. As we unleash the long held idea of making room for summer fun, we are browsing through and running across the list of things to be taken care at home front. Struggling between my demanding personality and buffering thoughts, hubs dear, who is frazzled enough, is turning a blind eye and letting me cut and paste my dream projects at home front by waging a battle here with contractors and workers ;). 


To blur the trauma, “Keep calm and carry on” dictum is in effect with my ‘Zensational’ Buddhas on the coffee table. The beautiful snapdragons, my next favorite flowers after tulips, are adorning in a brass vase. Pop of red votive glasses add that color punch on the vignette. Accompanying also our new addition of darling li'l Buddha who constantly reminds us, "Not to dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment". 

Even though, I have my hands fiddled in many happenings, I have got you covered for June with:
· A hometour with enough eye popping wallop to keep you glued on the screen at the blog front.
· Few frames of my warmly traditional entrance, where I follow my own whimsy and alter the look as and when my mood strikes.
· Our urge to wander this month will land us at another exotic location of Indian ethnic hotels.

Everything bubbling this month at Pinkz Passion is worth pleasing , so stay connected until we meet again, toodles!

5 comments:

  1. Hey Pinky, (I had posted a comment last night in this but looks like it did mot make it). Loved this Buddha of yours, seems like a new addition. Looking forward to all the exciting happenings your blog will be bringing to us in June!! Always a pleasure to read your posts!!

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    1. Thank you Nupur for you encouraging words as always :). Probably the previous comment got lost somewhere in cyber space ;).

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  2. You have such a beautiful taste!!!May I please ask where can I find the Buddha? It looks stunning.

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    1. Thank you Sravanthi, this particular Buddha is from Home Sense(Canada), which is the same as Home Goods (USA).

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    2. Thanks so much!I will check Home Goods and see if I can find one :).

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