I guess I have topographical disorientation or something like that. I have little sense of direction and have a tough time finding my way around. My  friends just call it ‘why-women-can’t-drive-and-read-maps’ syndrome. But hey, I’m rather good at both and like to know where I’m going and what’s coming up next. I like to have plans, and plan Bs.

But lately I’ve been realizing that life is not so much about the plan as it is about letting yourself go…learning to take the unexpected in stride and seeing the wonderful in it…getting lost and finding amazing things along the way.

“It’s not about the destination. It’s getting there that’s the good part.”

That’s what’s happening over a year now as I take a few detours..from my windowless office and city main streets to the wonderful world of unforeseen divergences..

Hello world, here I come!

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    1. wow, kindred spirit :-) You’re so right…we have more fun cuz getting lost is just another way of saying ‘going exploring’. I’m so glad you like my posts. You have a very nice blog yourself that i love to follow. Your writing is witty and fun! Thanks for stopping by.

  1. Sorry for taking so long to respond was trying to catch up after my trip. But Welcome! Thank you for subscribing to follow my blog. I hope you are encouraged, inspired and enjoy the photos I take of life events as seen through the lens of my camera.

  2. Just wanted to let you know I have nominated you for the Adventurous Blogger Award. I hope this will be welcome news for you. If you prefer not to accept the award, I certainly understand, but I hope you will visit the other nominees, and they will visit you, just the same. To see the other nominees and rules for accepting the award, please visit my post at http://wp.me/p2ekZU-Pt – All the best!

  3. Hi Deepali, nice to meet you, and to explore your blog. Fabulous photos! I know it’s been ages (we’ve been without internet for a while) but thank you for the ‘like’ on the post about Bolivia. I’m glad you enjoyed it. Cheers, Alison

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