While wedding festivities can be as grand as they can be, planning and executing them is another story altogether.

Being Catholics, our wedding reception after the nuptials is a mix of various events happening. However, the most special one being the couple’s first dance as husband and wife. The song selected for the first dance is not any random popular song but is something that is close to the couple. It’s the song that speaks about them and their love.

If you know about the TV series “Flash” you would definitely remember the song “Running Home to you”, this was the song we selected for our first dance. This is not a very popular song and very few people have heard about it but it is a very meaningful one. Now if you listen to it, you’ll know this is not a very easy song to dance on and extremely difficult to choreograph by yourself.

I and my husband love to dance, we are fairly good at freestyle dancing but when it comes to ballroom dancing, we were plain simple amateurs.  Mr. Husband the perfectionist that he is, suggested we take ballroom dance lessons. Some of our friends who had learnt Ballroom dancing suggested we enrol ourselves at Conrad Coelho’s Dance Company for the Beginner’s class as it is one of the most popular dance academies in town.

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A Gold Morning start every day.
Good morning everyone,
 
It’s a bright winter’s day, and even though the nights are longer and the days are shorter these days, this doesn’t stop me from making my good mornings into gold mornings.
 
Honestly speaking I am not an early riser, I am the owl that stays awake at night but sleeps during the day all because I live in a city that never sleeps. Hehehe! Just joking everyone, this happens only sometimes, though how I wish I could be an owl forever and the entire universe too became like me.

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Never Judge A Human by Its Cover
Growing up, in school we all have learnt the famous proverb “Never Judge a Book by its Cover”. It was indeed a very insightful thought. However our tiny minds couldn’t fathom the intensity of the same.
Tiny tots as we were, we kept wondering what difference did the cover of a book make, whether it was brown paper, white paper or even calendar paper. Or as we grew much older, a paper-back or a hard-back. After all, a book was a book right?
 
As our brains advanced, we realized that all those teachers ever meant was, no matter how tattered or bad or probably good the situation of the book was from the outside it was what was on the inside that was of great importance and meaning.
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