Just like one forgets being in labor at the joy of giving birth to a beautiful baby, one forgets the problems with India because there are so many wonderful and positive things - its history, culture, gentleness, beauty, the kindness of its people, to name a few. I think that's partly why I am drawn to some of the Indian bloggers I've encountered in the eight months I've been writing
Still, I was really blown away last week when a blogging friend, Mitesh, who writes from India,
From Politics to Fashion, asked if he could make a video of Laura and Alex's wedding for me...just like that! Having never set eyes on me in his life, not knowing either Laura or Alex, just out of the kindness of his heart. I am sure he's as busy as can be, with plenty else to do in his life but, today, on his blog there it was and, in my email, he enclosed the links for me. Now, I shed only a tear or two at the wedding but, as I watched this video at 7AM this morning, I cried and cried. I thought it was so beautiful, set to the music Mitesh chose, and I cried that a friend I'd never met in India could give me such a special gift from the heart.
Laura and Alex, I am sure that you will like it.
To Mitesh, I say again - Dhanyavad. Namaste.
I promise you, this will be the last post about Laura and Alex's wedding! I just had to show you this lovely video. Just think what I will be like when I have my first