- two toasted slices of that crusty, tuscan bread that’s always a sturdy, chewy vehicle for good sandwiches
- lots of basil pesto on one, lots of spicy hummus on the other
- heated up the grilled eggplant curry i made last week and tucked it in with some extra cilantro (tomato-y, garlicky, onion-y goodness)
- sprinkled with feta
bed, window, homemade iced coffee, cinnamon raisin toast, and a book. happy and invigorated.
getting my morning caffeine on at lamplighter roasting company in richmond. minus the excess of confederate flags and lack of so diversity, richmond is this beautifully quirky little city full of homey and delicious restaurants, burgeoning microbreweries, interesting hiking spots, and funky architecture. our airbnb was this gorgeously spacious apartment, walking distance from the museum of fine arts.
i felt so free and relaxed. wishing i could relive it again.
a look at some of the legendary women in Indian history- modeled by kangana ranaut
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nur jahan | indira gandhi | razia sultana | jijabai bhosale | hazrat mahal | rani lakshmibai
I tried painting. It’s supposed to be Shiva. I have no idea what I’m doing and I know it shows, but it was very therapeutic after a long day.
I just bought some painting supplies. (Even the cheap stuff is expensive!) Very thrilled and very scared to try something new on my own.
UPPING THE AUNTY - MEERA SETHI
I’ve always loved Meera Sethi's colourful and unique work but her 'Upping the Aunty' project really changed the game.
'Upping the Aunty' celebrates the South Asian “aunty”; her personal style and unique role in our lives. Meera flips the script on street style, by focusing her lens on aunties with swag.
Here are some of the awesome Auntys you can find on the Tumblr page…
1. Anonymous Swag Aunty - Photo: Vivek Shraya
2. Rita Aunty - Photo: Meera Sethi
3. Gunalaxsmi Aunty - Photo: Meera Sethi
4. Sita Aunty - Photo: Meera Sethi
Meera is on the lookout for contributors to the project, so If you have an aunty whose style you love, send a new or vintage photo (with your aunty’s permission) over to email@example.com!
Amazing. I aspire to be in this blog when I’m older (although some people would say now).