1.1.11

January one seems to come by faster every single year. We decided to be mellow this year – necessity, exhaustion and desire. New Year’s Eve is one of those holidays/events that is always a let down. Every single time I’ve planned it, it’s been a huge bust. So, we didn’t plan anything.

We had a very nice time at a small party in our building which R and I attended sequentially so that one of us could be with the sleeping kids. And then it was the big moment – I could hear the city all around me go crazy. And well after I was in bed, music was pounding from all sides of the building. New York definitely knows how to party.

A mellow evening was followed by a mellow start to the year – we sorted through thousands of books to figure out which ones are going to new homes. But more on that in another post…

  • Eispy30

    Happy New Year Shri!

  • Eispy30

    Happy New Year Shri!

  • TGFI

    I’m thrilled with my loot. Thank you! I also discovered after coming back home that the service of sending books by sea mail via USPS to India (the book bag thing) doesn’t exist now. :/

    And yes, i think small intimate gatherings, not overly planned, are the way to go for NYE celebrations.

  • TGFI

    I’m thrilled with my loot. Thank you! I also discovered after coming back home that the service of sending books by sea mail via USPS to India (the book bag thing) doesn’t exist now. :/

    And yes, i think small intimate gatherings, not overly planned, are the way to go for NYE celebrations.

  • Happy New Year, Eileen!!

  • Happy New Year, Eileen!!

  • Glad you like them – hope they weren’t too heavy to lug home…

    Ah, too bad about the book mailing. Well, I am shipping two boxes this week, so will figure out the best way and let you know. Happy reading 🙂

  • Glad you like them – hope they weren’t too heavy to lug home…

    Ah, too bad about the book mailing. Well, I am shipping two boxes this week, so will figure out the best way and let you know. Happy reading 🙂