Black History Month

Yesterday I learnt along with my son about Alma Thomas, an African American artist during his online arts class. We created an abstract painting just like hers. https://youtu.be/fm4y088mXh8 https://news.artnet.com/art-world/alma-thomas-retrospective-1973476 My son needs hand over hand while painting but yesterday, he independently made a sun and we developed on it. We used red, green, yellow andContinue reading “Black History Month”

Trails

Off late we have been crazy about walking on trails. What began as a 10,000 steps a day has transformed into 5k walks. So, where can we enjoy these 5k walks. Of course on a trail! The Montour connects to other rails-to-trails in western Pennsylvania and beyond: the Great Allegheny Passage (GAP) and the C&OContinue reading “Trails”

Brahmopadesham

It has been exactly seven years since I went to India. The last time I went was to perform Brahmopadesham (supreme teaching), and Sacred thread ceremony for my younger son. The sacred thread signifies the following: the one who wears it should be pure in thought, word, and action. remember the debt that is owedContinue reading “Brahmopadesham”

Balloons

This is for ragtag community prompt of the day “balloon” We celebrated my son’s 21st birthday and his graduation with a cruise. We were on the ship on 4th of July. We used the service autism on the seas which was wonderful in various ways. After years of spending money on treatments and therapies IContinue reading “Balloons”

Capricious

https://wordpress.com/read/blogs/63199771/posts/5874 Life is not easy. People keep comparing their life to others and start throwing a pity party. My son being capricious, it is easy to fall into that party mode. We need to move ahead with our life ignoring the moments of his behavior. Time to enjoy cinnamon raisin bagel with cream cheese andContinue reading “Capricious”