What A Day And What A Movie!

Today was a perfect day.

Before the perfect day started, the first perfect thing to happen was the telephone call from my sister Padmini to wish me for Raksha Bandan.

Then, I solved five tough crossword puzzles in record time.

That was followed by going out to lunch with Ranjan, Manjiree and Manjiree’s parents and sisters and our favourite grand niece Tanishka. The lunch was at a poolside restaurant called Firangi Tadka (Translated into English – Foreign Seasoning) and the food was excellent. That was followed by some amazing sweets at home brought for the occasion by the Patwardhans to celebrate two occasions, Ranjan’s and Manjiree’s first wedding anniversary and Raksha Bandan.

Later in the afternoon after a perfect siesta, a matinee show to see The Hundred Foot Journey with Manjiree and Ranjan. I shall write a review separately.

To cap it all, a family shopping spree at a super market store where some long overdue provisions were purchased to stock up the larder.

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10 Responses to What A Day And What A Movie!

  1. Certainly sounds like a perfect day to me.

  2. tammyj says:

    oh rummy!
    i totally enjoyed your day vicariously. happy anniversary to ranjan and manjiree.
    and i can’t wait to see the hundred foot journey. love helen mirren.
    in ANYTHING!
    you made me smile big time today… with your own perfect day.
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  3. Grannymar says:

    Sounds like it was a very busy day.

    Happy 1st wedding anniversary to the young Lovebirds!
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  4. wisewebwoman says:

    Delighted to hear you had such a lovely day, celebrate life and love.

    I will be interested to hear your review of movie, those I’ve read are not too favourable 🙁

    XO
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    • My review will be posted tomorrow. It is a story of two different cultures and two different personalities clashing and then overcoming differences to unite. There are a lot of subtle nuances that can be appreciated by people with experiences of multiple cultures.

  5. Yay, perfect day! Best wishes to you all!
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