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I am home, again!

I can never forget this trip to India. All excited. Sudden visits. Sudden decisions. Sudden plans. And all turned to be good. *touch wood* The only thing that went wrong is the damage to my dad's car. But again good is that he didn't bother about it much. The reason? There I was! :P

I spent my vacation to the fullest.. without wasting a single minute. Good time with family, cousins, friends, parties, shopping. It was a memorable trip. I had a solid one month vacation.

The return flight from India was good and bad. Good because got a chance to fly with The Special One, bad because I was missing home terribly. I almost became sick and was planning to go back. Sitting at the airport, I started to check my calendar and count days for my next trip.

But now I am back to the US of A and feels like I am home, once again. This place turned to be my second home - Where I have my happy, sad, excited, disappointed moments. Where I am taught to live by myself and enjoy all the moments of life. Where I have been taken care of, left alone, insulted, appreciated, promoted. Where I was punched on face (Pachak! not physically). Good and bad company. Now I am grown up personally and professionally. I feel proud of myself. *wiping tears*

Ok, enough of emotions now. Let's move on to **Dress of the Day**.

I wore this dress for a family birthday party. I regret for always ignoring black. 


Aren't you still not bored of me talking about only home in my last 3posts? Time to refresh my brain..


  1. Priya, your post was very beautiful with all the love for people back home in India ! Hope you enjoy your days in the USA feeling less homesick:)Your pictures were lovely too!

  2. u write vei well :) n u luk gud in ds suit really ..keep writing ;)

  3. Love your oufit..You look so gorgeous!! BTW, I totally relate to what you said..I have so much fun in India as my whole family is back there, but when I come back, I feel I am HOME!
    Just found your blog and loving your style! Hope you are having a wonderful day!
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  4. This is such a beautiful outfit, it looks so pretty on you! I want to go back to India so bad, haven't been since I was a child! Now following you!

  5. a lovely outfit!!!

  6. The most beautiful thing in this world is the one you have share.....Black looks good on you...keep rocking black...

  7. You look great in this dress! Suits you a lot!
    Love the third pic.. charming!

  8. Nice post and pics priya...
    Keep posting not bored for sure :-)

  9. Nice Post and pics priya...
    Keep posting not bored for sure :-)

  10. wow u look love in the suit,, pretty

  11. u have a nice blog!!! loved reading the posts.

  12. look very beautiful in the suit..Love reading your blog..


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