The light at the end of the tunnel

I will be moving to India in three weeks!! There have been so many changes to my plan in the past couple of months but the plan is finally finalised. I have my new passport and my new visa. I can breathe a huge sigh of relief and I am in good spirits!

As the seconds pass and I am getting closer to the day I have longed for so dearly for so long, I have a feeling of sadness because I will not be able to see my family and friends as much as I would like. Thankfully, due to the wonder of technology I can speak with them daily but it is simply not the same. I am certain that my husband and I will visit England often, especially during Christmas time (when it’s magic in England) and summer (when it’s too hot in India).

Our wedding has been brought forward from November to April and my family will be flying to Nagpur quite soon!! I am so excited to have both halves of our family together to celebrate our marriage!! I am also so thankful to everyone for being so supportive of my decisions and respecting my choices.

Light at the end of the tunnel

 

My days of dreaming I was back in India are nearly over, the light at the end of the tunnel. I am looking forward to the constant honking of horns, the free-range cows, the smell of incense in the air and most of all the warmth of my husbands embrace.

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10 thoughts on “The light at the end of the tunnel

  1. Happy for you 🙂 this reminds me of the first time I was coming to the US to be with my husband though I just had to stay away for a month for my visa process to be done ..
    Good luck 😀 and I hope you make tons of memories with your husband and have an absolutely beautiful life ahead.

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  2. Hey,
    Came across your blog while looking for fellow bloggers from Nagpur..
    Really cute love story.
    May you have a beautiful life here in India.

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  3. Thank you for visiting my blog Lauren. A very cute love story indeed…perfect for a Bollywood blockbuster 🙂 I wish you lots of luck & happiness…and i am sure you will grow to love the country…inspite of everything that you may have seen or heard so far. Nothing is predictable and that’s the charm! Having lived in the UK, I can tell you…you will never again have to feel grey. Have an amazing life.

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