Old friends

  • Posted Feb. 19, 2009 by Soulcurry Viewed 2081 times
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Kalyani and Geeta are two friends who are now also work colleagues. We go back such a long way that we sometimes behave like old couples, completing each others' sentences and sharing the same stories without tiring!
They are amazing women: multi-talented, gorgeous, affectionate and hugely successful. They're both polyglots and fantastic musicians too.
Eating is a favourite activity and it felt as though lunchtime should never end.
Girls, I like ‘'Eatopia“” but seriously, what sort of place is it that does not serves dosas? Next time it’s Saravana Bhavan, even if I have to queue up at 11:00 am!

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      2009.02.24 Edited

      Oh you would! What I love about our clothes is that they hide all one's physical flaws wonderfully!

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      2009.02.23 Edited

      I have, but had the flu something awful. Couldn't really enjoy it that much. Amazingly, it was to meet a tweeter in from out of town so I really didn't want to jam out!

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      2009.02.23 Edited

      Yes, B, it was raw silk. As was the dupatta.

      Nic, don't the girls look great? Have you been to Saravana Bhavan? Their food is beyond description.

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      2009.02.23 Edited

      I love how relaxed and happy your friends look in this pic.
      BTW-we have a chain of restaurants here called Saravana Bhavan!

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      2009.02.23 Edited

      yeah, ya are, hon! (It makes you more interesting tho, no worries ;-) ) I like your friend's blue salwar kameez, btw- it looks like it's silk?

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      2009.02.23 Edited

      I just realised how "Indian" we are! Sarees, salwar-kameezes, bindis and all. Not many of my friends & colleagues wear western clothes.... Must be a generation thing.