16/100 Diwali

Today I celebrated Diwali. We watched Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham and ate so much food. I think I ate three people’s worth or more.

Watching the movie and Kareena Kapoor reminded me of high school with Anupa, trying tikka for the first time and learning what
sari is. The theme of the movie was family and national pride.

Movies are not as unrealistic as they are thought to be. Except the dramatic background songs and wind blowing in the hair, the cross-cultural theme of family, friends, love and fun makes everyone feel more connected.

I am thankful for the day I had today. I am also back to the workout mode. New Year is coming up, and my abs need to make a come back!

One more serving of Indian food though. Maybe one more Korean dish, too.

“You look so hot, Poo!”

Poo: “Tell me something I don’t already know.”

God, I love her confidence lol

Honestly, the movie did not make sense, but there was a lot to laugh about and the food was amazing. I miss it already.

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