As I had informed in my previous post, I had to work last weekend. But today I got a compensatory day off, (though we had to actually ask for it). Nevertheless, I recharged myself today and hurrying to share with you what I was up to.
I work for the academics department of a preschool project, which has just started operations this year. Our preschool has an American concept of the curriculum and it's quiet innovative for India. Hence our teachers had to be trained on the same and that is why I was busy on weekend.
Here is the part of the school building and a long path towards the main entry.
I love malva flower. They make a perfect live fence and have so many color possibilities.
The school has many plants in the pots as well, which stand all over the place.A huge territory with many trees and lawns. Even a swimming pool is there, you can see it afar.
We were given tasty South Indian lunch every day of the training. South Indian food is my favorite, so you can imagine that I was really happy to have dosa, sambar, idlis and different chutneys three days in a raw.
That was what happened in day time..and Saturday night I (to my pleasure) attended a farewell party organized by the company my D works for, for one of their employees who is going back to Europe after living in India for 4 years!
The venue was simply awesome! It was a resort called "Aura Vaseela" situated among the crops and fields of Punjab, and you need patience to finally reach it. It was worth going so far as the place had that relaxing, quite atmosphere of a country house.
No, we didn't jump into swimming pool after the party was over :)
Walking around the resort I found mysterious, enigmatic places there, like this one - a passage leading to a hidden world.
The bench standing in front of the cottage fascinated me.
I called it a "haunted bench"...
I liked this secret place to sit in. It looks so cozy and intimate.
An old man sleeping in a typical Punjabi farm house...
Quite a diverse weekend, isn't it? I really enjoyed the party and all the surprises the company made for a guy who is leaving. A big part in organization of the party was played by my D, so obviously, I am proud too.I received another award a week ago from a creative lady Lujubinka of Made by Ljubinka blog. she recently has been making lovely crochet doily bowls, so have a look :) Thank you so much, Ljubinka! I am supposed to nominate 10 more blogs which have less than 300 followers, but I would nominate all of you, my dears!
Have a wonderful week ahead and don't get frustrated because of small things (even if someone didn't speak to you properly over the phone):)