Happy Fun Fri-Yay and Almost Diwali!

I celebrated early with my dear friend Nila!


Festival of lights, where everyone comes together for fun, food, dancing, 
honoring Lakshim; The God of wealth.


Coins, painted decorations, sparklers and candles and sweets, bless the occasion, 
To remind us, Light wins over darkness and blesses us with wealth monetarily and spiritually. 

And what a special time it must be in the villages tonight at a distance, celebrating Kamala, our Vice President Elect!  

Indian village women, one holding a placard featuring U.S. Vice President-elect Kamala Harris during celebrations for her victory, in Painganadu a neighboring village of Thulasendrapuram, the hometown of Harris’ maternal grandfather, south of Chennai, Tamil Nadu state, India, Sunday, Nov. 8, 2020. Waking up to the news of Kamala Harris’ election as Joe Biden’s running mate, overjoyed people in her Indian grandfather’s hometown are setting off firecrackers, carrying her placards and offering prayers. (AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi)

I raised my kids in Unity, a non denominational Christian faith where my husband and I taught Sunday school every week.
We celebrated all religions and faiths everywhere in the world.  In true form, most religions are pure of heart.
So it’s special to me to honor all of my friends everywhere on the globe,
In whatever faith they are, to show my respect to them and honor their faith. 

On the first day of Hanukkah I always make potato latkes and have chocolate gold coins with a menorah and a dreidel of course, to honor my jewish friends with such a rich history. We always celebrate Greek Easter, to remind my kids of their Heritage. Even though I just have the name and they are a very small percentage of Greek. They on the other hand, will tell you, they’re 50 % since they relate so much to the culture, even though they are probably more English and Swedish than anything else.  But when we flew to Athens to meet the relies, I quickly adopted the heritage, because they couldn’t be more loving and hospitable and I adored them all.  Everyday is to be celebrated and holidays make us stop and appreciate the short time we have on earth. 

I am a Wannabe Indian, says my friend who moved  here from India when she was 12, and has became a US citizen shortly after that.  

She can’t celebrate on Saturday because she’ll be having a low key night she says.  I’m thinking “what kind of Indian are you?” And I tell her as much, but what the hey, I can post it on my Fun Friday, so it’s not all bad.  But then, when she tells me, “I’ll bring pizza and tea and get there at 5:00”,  I put my foot down.  To let her off the hook a little, she does cook Indian food about 4 nights a week but come on, this is Diwali!  She often says, “You’re more Indian than me now”. 🤣. A few years ago when we celebrated, she was in awe of how many candles I had lit.  I light candles everyday to remind us of our impermanence  on the planet.  When the light goes out and it will, I want to go out knowing I have lived my life to the fullest with no regrets.

Transformed my Yoga and Workout Studio into Diwali Delight

The other thing I was so excited about was the arranged marriages I am working on from afar; 😭.  You know who you are and I now have a waitlist too. Hahahahaha.  So there’s that and the promised Sari, I told you I would wear at the wedding.  Well, here’s a little sneak preview.  

The only problem with borrowing a Sari from your 5 foot friend who’s skinny as a rail when you are 5’5 and no part of you is skinny is, how will that work?  She assured me all would be fine but when we started trying them on, I seriously couldn’t even put an arm in one of the sleeves of the blouses. I thought “how are we going to get this sorry ass in a Sari”?

The best part was when she put her blouses on she couldn’t hook the front either, so I didn’t feel as bad. She wore them for weddings in India 6 years ago and was shocked.  We were devastated but all we could do was laugh.  The Covid 15 had hit us.  Well, not 15 but let’s face it, when you’re a skinny mini, 5 pounds makes a huge difference.  

Cheers to us and to you with doors and window open and a quick toast & 6 ft apart

So after we had her delicious chai tea and lentils and rice she made, I broke out the champagne and Roti, Chicken pasanda, lamb curry, samosas etc. we made a toast to Lakshim and numerous other things;  the end of Covid, a vaccine, blessings to our world and kids, family and friends. 

She gifted me The Bhagavad-Gita which she barely read a page but has sweet memories of her Dad reading it everyday.  I’m always in awe of her stories, her village and how brilliant she is.  I asked “why do you know so much more about a country I was born in, than I do” and she says, “because I had to know and you grew up here”.  She always gives me a pass and educates me without making me feel bad which inspires me to learn more, for which I’m extremely grateful.  I love you dear friend.

She also gave me some beautiful candles and as a joke a can of Gulab Jamun because she works full time and didn’t get time to make them fresh🤣 since she knows how much I love them.  I secretly went to the India restaurant  and got 2 fresh ones, I didn’t tell her about it because I knew she wouldn’t eat one, especially after our sari fiasco. 😭.

We danced a little after to Indian music and had a ball.  I do not for the life of me, know how you dance in a Sari but she assures me pinning it up, makes all the difference in the world.  

Then I surprised my son and his girlfriend to a romantic dinner when they got home and left her a dress to wear.  What a beautiful bride she will be and hopefully, I will be calling her my daughter in law someday. Fingers crossed but no pressure sonny boy.  Hahaha! 

My first arranged gonna be marriage… lol. Actually, they met on their own

Have a wonderful Diwali whether you celebrate or not, light a candle to Lakshim and our Indian friends to show our respect and because we all need more light to combat the dark night. 

My girls are coming down tomorrow night (all but my baby who’s in N.Y. 😢 but see you soon) and we will be celebrating my husband’s birthday AGAIN. The birthday that never ends, and they will get in their Indian Garb. We will toast and dance the night away on Diwali because as you remember, they ALL love a dress up party and a celebration.

Wishing you a lovely day full of grace and love, wealth and abundance as you celebrate safely at a distance with a lot less people.  

Big Hugs and always light,

❤️

Cindy

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148 thoughts on “Happy Fun Fri-Yay and Almost Diwali!

    1. Hello my dear Nawaz! Why Thank you so much!!!! What do you think, will I pass as a guest for the wedding? lol. Although it looks like there is some competition on the horizon. 🤣🤣🤣 OMG.. I can only eat one and stuff in 2.. ha ha!!! ❤️🤗 Cindy

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    1. Thanks Ingrid! It was fun. I do too but my husband hates it. Start tomorrow, it will keep the kids busy with some paints for a bit and making decorations and just light a few candles.. ❤️ It’s never too late. How’s your headache? xo Cindy

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  1. Happy and joyous Diwali dear Cindy🎉✨🪔, Beautiful post with such lovely thoughts ❤️ You look so elegant and gorgeous in a Saree❤️❤️❤️🤗😍
    Take care, love and hugs ❤️🤗🤗❤️

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  3. What fun to invite us in to your celebration, Cindy. I’ll confess to not knowing much about Diwali but I am ready to celebrate anything that celebrates a victory of light over darkness. I have read the Bhagavad-Gita, however, and keep a copy handy to open up and read randomly. Also, I have never met and Indian Restaurant I didn’t like. And I cook a very tasty Lamb Curry. In fact this whole discussion has inspired me to cook up some tikka masala chicken tonight. Have a great weekend. 🙂 –Curt

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  4. Wow! Cindy, what a delightful post! I love that you celebrate Diwali with your friend. You both look great in the saris. Good luck with the matchmaking. You have your finger in many pies! ❤

    I attended a Unitarian Universalist Church for several years. Is that the same denomination you belong to? My late husband was Jewish, and we celebrated Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, as well as Christmas, and also celebrated Passover and Easter. When I taught at the Islamic school, I celebrated the Eid holidays with them. I once had a Hindu student who told our class about Diwali. She said her family also had a Christmas tree. Maybe you can never have too many holidays! 🙂

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    1. Thanks Cheyrl, I thought what serendipity as we were both sharing Diwali. Oh thanks it was fun.. I do for sure, maybe a few too many… lol.

      Oh wow that is so cool. There is a slight differnece but I’m not sure exactly what it is but I think that the main this is the open minded acceptance of each other that is so important and learning from our similarities as well as differences. That is very cool yo9u learned about it from a hindu student. I agree and now that we aren’t doing gifts the more lights the better. I do hope you got my email I sent.. I never did hear back?
      Have a great weekend. ❤️

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  5. What a lovely post, Cindy! Your celebration sounds so fun and the food and drink sound marvelous! I worked at a Unity Church in Florida for a spell. Your daughter-in-law-to-be is gorgeous! I love all of your blog posts because you have a way of flinging your heart wide open in each of them. 🌞

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    1. Oh thank you Lisa, it really was. Oh Wow, like minds. ISN’T she though. Fingers crossed!!! And she is as nice as she is pretty. Oh well, I appreciate tha. Thanis so much for your heart felt words as well always! ❤️ xo

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  6. What a lovely post, Cindy….you’re more Indian than I am…wearing sari, dancing, eating gulab jamun (my fav), Samosa, daal (lentils) with chawal (rice), celebrating deepawali….the statue of Lakshmi ji….candles….it’s simply so beautiful….it’s not about the religion….it’s about love & acceptance….how magnificent….much love to you ❤️

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    1. Oh thanks Navin!!! lol!!! I’m sure not but I am glad you liked it and it was quite a lovely night. I’m glad I started it so I could make sure to get fun into my schedule. Lakshima ( I think is what I have?) It was gifted to me by the 2 buddist preists that used to meditate with their sanga in my space so it is very special to me. You are so right that it is about love and light!!!! Thanks so much for your kind thoughts and visiting. ❤️❤️C

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      1. It also looks like a lovely night, Cindy….Lakshmi ji’s or Lakshmi ma’s value is special to you – that’s wonderful….that’s goddess of wealth…but it won’t matter what kind of statue / figure you have as it’s all about joy, love & light….so when the heart shines in your shrine, everything would be beautiful & divine ❤️✨

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  7. What a wonderfully celebratory post Cindy!! I have always dreamed of going to India and absolutely adore their culture. The app I use to create my poems is based there and I have a lot of friends there too. How beautiful you look in a sari😍 How special, I would just love to bath myself in all the festivities. I’m lighting a candle in honor of all my friends around the world. Understanding that no matter what dogma one prescribes to, God is the main idea. I was raised Roman Catholic yet my parents knew what a free spirit I was and allowed me to explore all religions. If I was to choose I would say I’m more Buddhist in my beliefs. God’s Light shines brightly in all of us and that’s what I love about connection. Namaste🙏
    You’re ❤ is such a giver, arranging marriages for your loved ones lol…too funny🤣
    Btw…I sent you an email about being a guest next week for yoga 😉

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    1. Thanks so much Maria!! I never have until recently, getting to know such lovely people. I have heard too many getting sick but the culture is very inspiring. Oh you are so kind to say and it was fun to be graced with my friends outftit for sure!!! It’s a lovely tradition. I agree with you, it is a lovely religion. I do love peace and divine guidence to see us through whatever we do in our lives. I know, it’s fun and I’ve been successful a couple of times. Namaste and I can’t wait to have you. Haven’t even checked email yet today but will this weekend. Have a lovely night and great weekend. Big hugs and love, ❤️❤️❤️Cindy

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      1. YAY💃 to all of it, absolutely 💯 so much love and joy in this post! I can smell the spices and feel the warmth. I am so very honored to be your guest, I have it on my calendar, you made my month by asking me 🥰 You enjoy your night and weekend too😘

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  8. Wow Cindy, its really wonderful to read all those and your movements was so cute, celebrating all festivals together with the families is really wonderful.Happy to see your daughter in law too. She is really beautiful.Of course, you looks gorgeous in Saree👌🏻

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    1. Oh thank you Athira!!! I hope you are having a wonderful Diwali. It is so much fun to celebrate light and love!!! Awww thanks doe the nice compliment. Well, she’s not my daughter in law yet, but I hope someday!!! 💕💕💕💃🏻 you are so kind! 💕Cindy

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  9. Ahhhh, that’s a nice candles Celebration of the year😊💖💞💮💐🤗🌠. HAPPY DIWALI DEAR💖💞👏🌙🍦💥💮🤗🌹🏵️🌟😔🤲😊💝. A hearted congratulations to you, your friends and all the Hindus in India or at any corner of the world. 💖💞💖💞💖💞💖💞💖💐💥💐💥🌠🌟Today is a Diwali Celebration day here in my country too.🌸🌼🌷🤗🏵️🥀
    BTW the way you look nice in the beautiful Sarhi dress.💖💞👏🍷🍻🥂 Also I live Gulab Jamons🤗🏵️

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    1. Oh I’m soooo glad you visited today Rising Star and enjoyed my celebration wirth me. And Happy Diwali to you as well and YES, all Hindi’s and people everywhere to continue to shine with the light! Enjoy your Evening and have a blessed weekend. Thanks so much it was fun to wear. Oh there are soooo delicious…….Gulab Jamons. I don’t like most other Indian deserts but this one is delectable! ❤️❤️✨✨🌷❤️👏✨🤗🥰🌸🌷❤️✨✨✨

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  10. Wow Cindy! I love the way you’re celebrating Diwali! Candles, diyas, lakshmi ji statue and Rasgullas omg!! 😍
    You look amazingg in sari! And such a cute fun-filled dance! 💖
    Sending lots of love and light your way ✨

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  11. Wonderful to share in your delight for Diwali. I have always been fascinated with the various traditions who all have some celebration of light. I see it as that higher call to otherness.

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  12. Loved reading this Cindy. Haha and even more the comment of your friend that you are more Indian than her. Haahhahaha. The Sari came so well on you. 😍
    Happy Diwali Cindy. 😇😇

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  13. Dear Cindy, what a beautiful illustration of the love you share with everyone .Wonderful that you embrace all spiritual practices and recognize that we are all connected. You and your friend look absolutely gorgeous in your Sari.What fun to celebrate Diwali with her .I have to say your future daughter in law is lovely and will surly be a beautiful bride along side of that handsome son of yours. I would love to se photos of your other girls all dressed up . You are probably planning to share them in your next post haha .thank you again for sharing.
    You are pure love and a very gifted writer.

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    1. Oh Thank you so much Marlene! It is truly the love and light that we all are and honoring friends near and far for their individual and collective conciousness. We need all the love we can get during these dark days. She sure is beautiful with such a loving heart. Right?!!!! and as nice as she is pretty and yes, he’s a good looking and great son. I thought I was going to celebrate with the girls but they cooked a beautiful salmon and spagetthi carbonara dinner which we couldn’t refuse!!! Thanks for sharing your kind words and heart with me! ❤️❤️❤️✨✨Cindy

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    1. Oh I’m so glad Johnnie!!! Yes, indeed we’d enjoy your company as well so if you head my way lmi. Fun, love and laughter is a wonderful motto to live by, you’re right! Thanks for visiting and your kind comment! ❤️❤️❤️🤗

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  14. Such a sweet and uplifting post Cindy. True Diwali spirit 🪔💖💃🏻

    You are looking gorgeous in saree 😍

    Many Indians living abroad celebrate Diwali and other Indian festivals with much more enthusiasm than in India. Your sweet friend looks like an exception 😅

    Nila, says you are more Indian than her; I can relate to that: I am more Christian than most Christians 😊 As you know my religion is Kindness and my God is Love 💕

    Your son’s girl friend is so pretty and looks Indian 😊

    May goddess Lakshmi keep showering her blessings on you all. And hope to see you in India soon.

    Love and hugs 💖🤗

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    1. Oh I’m honored you enjoyed my post and celebration Ashok!

      It’s such a rich culture and I love learning more about the other areas as well! My friend Nila has been immersed here now woth her family on other areas in the Is and a few in a small village in India.
      Yes, I love your God of love and I am sooo with you on that!! That is a beautiful way to express it!
      Yes, she does look Indian and is as loving as she is beautiful!

      Thanks you for the blessings again and the Invitation!! I do want to visit someday and would be blessed by your presence-:)
      💕 Cindy

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  15. I cant stop smiling while i read your post….so to say i enjoyed it a lot..its really fun to know you more and that you love and respect all sort of religious beliefs and affinities.
    Your photo with your Indian friend is really lovely and oh your son and his girlriend- they look so in love…you must be very happy..

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    1. Oh thank you so much Mich to share your sweet thoughts have spread joy to me, thank you!
      I appreciate your taking to e to get to know me more. Our love is truly what connects us all!
      Yes my friend is a sweetheart and my fingers crossed they will marry someday!
      Have a beautiful Dan and bless you!
      💕🙏 Cindy

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  16. I wish you could’ve seen the big smile on my face when I read this Cindy.

    It’s pretty cool to appreciate other people’s culture and learn about em.

    Covid 15? 😂😂😂

    At this point, any other name would stick… LoL

    I see you’ve been to Athens and that’s definitely on my wishlist, I’ll like to see the Parthenon where Athena was being worshipped ages ago and maybe, still is.

    You look awesome in your Sari.

    Wishing you many cheerful experiences ahead. 🤗

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    1. Oh that’s so sweet Ero!! I have your face etched in my mind!

      It really is very fun!!

      Yeah like the Freshman 15!!! Everyone gains weight in college and Covid.
      Oh thanks, I’m blushing.
      And to you! Stay well!
      💕 Cindy

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  17. May the festival of Lights brighten your lives with good health and happiness! This Diwali is more about being hopeful for a healthy and happy tomorrow.
    Cheers and best always 😊

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    1. Oh I’m sooo glad you enjoyed it! Awww thanks, it was so fun wearing it and you’re right it was so much fun! Lots of love right back at you and Happy Diwali to you!!! ❤️✨✨✨Stay well! 🤗 Cindy

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