DCIB Christmas WatchAlong: Dilwale! Or, Something More Traditionally Christmassy. Up to You!!!

I was thinking, Dilwale is a Christmas movie, right? Sort of? And also an Indian film which is technically the Brief for this blog. On the other hand, if you don’t care and are willing to indulge my wild stabs at Western films, I have other silly American Christmas options in my head.

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Monday Morning Questions: What Do You Want to Ask Me on Manish Malhotra’s Birthday???

Happy Monday! I had a lovely relaxing weekend tidying my house and working on Xmas presents instead of seeing Bhediya, and now I am back to Most Stressful Monday Ever. I’ve got 5 calls scheduled through out the day, and I’m days behind in emails, and blech! But I shall try to relax and just think of what I can do and not what I can’t, and also work on Angie’s fun Christmas card.

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Saturday Small Talk: Chat Away While I Try to Get Rid of Boxes!

Happy Saturday! I am drowning in shipping boxes. And then there’s the question of which ones I should keep back to ship stuff out in. It’s all very complex. I think I’m just gonna recycle everything and get it out of my house, and then deal with packing new boxes as it comes up.

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Wednesday Watching Post: What Are You Reading and Watching and Thinking and Listening to the Day Before Thanksgiving???

Happy Wednesday!!! And Happy Day Before Thanksgiving! I am so excited to have a day off work. I’m gonna make Christmas presents and cook and get things out of the storage unit and all kinds of good things. Oh, and then go over to my parents to actually celebrate Thanksgiving, that too.

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What Are Y’all Looking Forward to Over Christmas Break?

Happy Tuesday! I am feeling overwhelmed and exhausted and it’s not even December yet. JUST POSSIBLY I set too high standards for myself in terms of what I have to do for Christmas (the 8 homemade presents, the multiple social events, the live tree, the family heirloom decorations that all have to be out, etc. etc. etc.).

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