I am probably the most annoying daughter. Mom was making mooli (radish) paronthis this morning and I decided roti making is a great subject for video.
Remember how I said I only go into the kitchen when I need to shoot videos or take photos? This time, I didn’t even have to make anything. Talk about seizing opportunities (
AND being lazy).
Enjoy roti time!
PS. I know it’s a paronthi but for simplicity reasons, ROTI time.
Over the past two weeks, my mom and I have been seriously considering that we might have too many coffee and tea mugs in our kitchen cabinets. But even with our massive collection, we aren’t satisfied.
This is what I ended up doing with that collection:
Mom’s response to all this?
“You do realize that now we have to go and get more mugs, right? Everyone knows about our collection. How will serving tea be a surprise now?”
I always think about doing one of these every year but I get so lazy and then it’s too late. This year, I’ve made it happen.
I would have made the post on this blog, but this lovely blog management system of mine doesn’t accept photo sizes greater than 10mb, and I was in no mood to resize all my photos.
So, check out my Exposure profile. Because Exposure is awesome.
Here’s the link: https://amarpreetkaur.exposure.co/2015
PS. If you’d like to see my first Year in Review post from 2013, you can take a look here. 2013 was a good photography year for me.
Happy New Year!
A few days ago I headed over to Distillery District to check out the annual Toronto Christmas Market. It was magical.
It was hard to take it all in in one visit.
The little things:
When I wander into the kitchen, this is what happens: