New city, new blog- A new abode, virtual and real :)

Welcome here!

Hello from the United Arab Emirates!

Yes, Deeps family has shifted base. And UAE is going to be our new abode. Dubai to be precise. A city which may not be entirely unknown, which we have visited plenty of times. As visitors. And yetΒ here we are, learning to find our footing as its residents with a lot of excitement and some jitters of the unknown.

Why, a new blog, you may wonder. Well, just for fun! πŸ™‚ I thought that branching out to a new blog may relate well with the sentiments behind moving base to a new country. So it would be fun to chronicle the experiences, the anxieties, the moments that I may go through as a new resident who’sΒ trying to fit in and make a space for my family and self.

The excitement that goes with shifting bases wouldn’t be entirely different from the thrill that a new blog would bring, would it?

From new friends that are waiting to be made to new blogs waiting to be found to new roads and routes waiting to be explored to new posts that are waiting to be read to new rules and regulations as an expat that are waiting to be adhered to, to new challenges that are waiting to taken up, the journey of learning to get around a new city is oh-so-similar to learning to get around the blogworld with your new blog, isn’t it?

My primary blog took shape while I was moving from Oman to Qatar and it grew on to become a virtual extension of me for the next 6 years.Β Now I’m hoping that this blog too would help me grow, find myself, perceive the things happening in and around me and accept my new domain with open arms, in the same way.

I have not clipped my other blog, theΒ primary wing to my thoughts. I can never do that. I am just adding a new wing so my flight can be even more liberating, gratifying and fulfilling.

So here’sΒ hoping that I am able to embrace my new space just as the space accepts me and my family into its welcoming fold πŸ™‚

Here’s to new beginnings, new hopes, a newer chapter..

 

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38 thoughts on “New city, new blog- A new abode, virtual and real :)

    1. Deeps and Family all the best with the new place, it is exciting I know when i shifted house to a different city it was exciting .. seeing new people .. meeting new people making new friends etc etc

      I was just there in dubai two months back πŸ™‚ .. right next time on way to india I know who to shout out to .. he he he ..

      All the best always and good luck

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      1. Haanji zinda hoon ji.. thank you ji aapne pehchan liya..

        Aaajo aajo lassi yesssssss…

        And yessss to the watt lagana too.. how are you doing.. long time no see…

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  1. All the best, Deeps, I’m sure you will be making many many happy memories and wonderful friends in both your new real and virtual abode πŸ™‚ hugs!!

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  2. Welcome to dubai, Deepsamma! Why do i have a feeling that you waited for the U.A.E government to deport me so that you could shift base here? πŸ˜• Btw if u need a guide, do let me know coz i can always flyby u know! Muhahaha!

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    1. Aha! Look who’s here!

      Yes got to know from Vimmuuu that you relocated :(. Wish you were here, Bratu, would have loved to meet you again. But since you have forewarned that you can always fly by, I am hopeful :mrgreen:

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  3. Wish you all the luck Deeps. Good to see you after a long time. I am sure you will make many great memories in Dubai. πŸ™‚ have fun and blog about it πŸ™‚

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  4. Wishing you the best for the new beginning. Sounds exciting and full of promise! πŸ™‚

    I am sure this new (virtual and geographical) abode will be as entertaining to read about as your readers have been used to. πŸ˜€

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