Tuesday, 30 October 2012

A Fruitful Trip

I am feeling very happy because I had a fantastic weekend. By now, I am sure you know how excited I was to meet one of my blogger friends for the very first time.

On Saturday night we left Ahmedabad and reached my aunt's place at around 9.00 pm. We had a great time with lots of good food and long chats, with joking, singing and lots of laughter.

Sunday morning after a bit of sightseeing. I called up Aishwarya to ask whether it was a good time to visit. Dear Aishwarya had been waiting for us since morning! So I landed at her place with hubby and MIL in tow. The most unbelievable part is that it did not feel as if we were meeting for the very first time. Since neither of us put up personal photos on our respective blogs, we were actually seeing each other for the first time!! Would you believe it, that our friendship started in  Germany? It was my comment on According to Matt that led Aishwarya to my blog and well the rest is history.

I loved Aishwarya's family, especially her two lovely, beautiful daughters. The most incredible thing is that the two MILs and the two hubbies hit it off instantly and very soon everybody was talking nineteen to the dozen. Also, the fact that both families happened to originally belong to the same part of Karnataka(in South India) brought us closer. Since the visit was en famille the only thing we did not talk about was CROCHET!! Can you believe that... well, hopefully there will be a next time.

After a lot of chit chat and snacks we decided it was time to be homeward bound. BUT surprise, surprise, Aishwarya had a very cute, sweet gift for me. Would you like to see it? Yeah.... as if I need to ask! So, here it is:


Aren't they incredibly cute! Ever since I saw them on Attic24 I was in love with them and had decided that one day I would try my hand at making them. And now I have my very own two cute little babushkas. Thank you, dear Aishwarya.  

I have placed Sana and Vandi ( of course I had to name them) right next to my computer as a constant reminder of my lovely friend and her beautiful daughters.I hope she likes the knitting cotton I took for her.


So, all said and done I had a great weekend. How was your weekend? Do write in and share. 
I seem to have collected a lot of UFOs in the past few weeks and I hope I have something to share with you soon. Until then, have a lovely week, take care and happy hooking.

Love xxx
 

15 comments:

  1. yeaa! happy for your nice trip and meeting, Sangeetha!and babushkas, or how they are called Matryoshka in Russian, are very cute!My weekend was great, we saw some concert on Saturday and then went for Birthday on Sunday))it was fun!

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  2. So good to hear that you and Aishwarya had a nice time together. And I love the little dolls - they're very cute. :)

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  3. wow!!! 2 cuties!!! plz share the tutorials...

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  4. Always nice to catch up with old or new friends:)) the dolls are so cute :) totally adorable

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  5. So happy that your visit went well. I'm met a couple of bloggers in real life and both times it was like meeting up with an old friend. We never lacked for conversation and could have gone on and on and on. :) The little dolls are so very sweet! I've thought about making them, too. One day ... take care and have a great rest of the week. Tammy

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  6. Good to know that you had a nice time! The Babushkas are very cute:) lovely gifts! Both you and Aishwarya are lucky:)

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  7. What a delightful story! I love that you two met and everyone hit it off! I love the babushkas, too!

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  8. Oh, meeting a bloggy friend in reality, isn't it wonderful! I'm so happy you had a great time together! Love your baby dolls, they are just too cute!
    Hugs to you,
    LS

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  9. Hi Sangeeta

    :) So many superlatives!! I am so happy that you liked the babshkas. Thank you so much. Ah! I started crocheting them on Saturday noon and completed before I went off to sleep. You were the inspiration :)You have chosen perfect names. My idea of two babushkas was to represent two friends you and me :)

    Hope to meet soon and catch upon on crochet talk...haha

    Hugs
    Aishwarya

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  10. Sounds like you had a wonderful time. And those babushkas are definitely cute!

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  11. Those babushkas are the sweetest ones I've seen for a long time.....are more so when you think they are handmade.


    keep well

    Amanda :-)

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  13. What a great idea - and I love your version of her too!

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  14. Olá amiga adorei seu blog e já estou te seguindo,venha conhecer meu blog e ser minha seguidora também.Bjus!

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