When i heard that Indus creations are back this year, i booked tickets for their play this past Friday. This is our second time going to theatre to watch a play. We got hooked the first time, you can read more about it here(by the same team , called Chidambara Ragasiyam). So naturally we weren't second guessing ourselves this time. The play was in Tamil(my native language) and i was looking forward to it.
Play was conceived and executed by Indus Creations. Its a team of volunteers in Seattle who in addition to their full time day jobs, run this show every year out of sheer passion for theatre, art and music. And i have to talk about their goodwill. All the proceeds from the show are donated to a charity of their choice every year. This year they chose ASHA for education, and we couldn't be more proud to have made a contribution.
Few weeks ago (although not totally surprising), Seattle got chilly. Not cold enough to go for a jacket, but chilly enough to wear an additional layer. And this plaid shirt came to my rescue. I wore the same shirt on both days of the weekend, but styled differently. On saturday, i styled the shirt with a simple all black maxi dress($9 find at Marshalls). And on sunday, i wore it under a sleeveless knit sweater and white jeans. This is the first plaid shirt i bought about 5 years ago when i was living in Chennai. Its been my favorite ever since. So it makes me happy that i still find new ways to incorporate this personal favorite into my everyday looks from time to time.
Dress(similar) & Bag - Marshalls
I am a Plant Lady. And that's a phrase i never thought i will associate with myself, but it happened. I have never cared for a plant by myself until quite recently, although i grew up having a garden in our home in India. My parents are big time into gardening and probably that's where my love for plants come from. They have so many trees. Huge mango trees, gooseberry trees, pomegranate trees and lots of flowering plants like Hibiscus in 4 different colors, and many more for which i know only vernacular names. You can check this post for more snapshots of my parents house. But they have never had an indoor house plant other than a vine of pothos (known as money plant in India) in a glass bowl. Its all thanks to our rental apartment which was bare with not many furniture, i decided to decorate it with plants. And that's when i ended up falling in love with house plants.