It’s been more than one year since I last posted here.
Sasmita is now my wife. She arrived from India in July of 2012, and we were married in August. We live in DC, and she has a full-time job as a nanny on the Hill, while I search for employment.
After pondering this blog’s future, and realizing that I could never erase it in good conscience, I’ve decided to re-start this blog as my primary writing outlet.
I will still occasionally cross-post here, but LGA itself is going in new directions.
This blog will be chiefly about my journey as an Indian adoptee, and navigating through life as a “world citizen.”
However, I will add other focuses, including more posts about India, comprising of book reviews, movie thoughts, political musings, guest bloggers and my take on current events and contemporary issues.
I will also write more about the world of conflict resolution and peace-building as those concepts are some of my biggest passions. In particular I will write about those things in an Indian context, but through the lens of an Indian adoptee.
The other change is delivering more content, but I will also keep the entries shorter. I will continue to pen long pieces, but not as often. Hopefully writing more consistently will eliminate the need to post paragraph upon paragraph of writing every single time I make a new entry.
Because I am also on the job hunt, many people have remarked to me that I need to increase my presence on the web. Doing more writing will accomplish that.
That’s a quick update, so stay tuned for some ‘new’ posts, to this blog, that were previously published at LGA.
Thanks for reading and as always your feedback.