Delhi is like an oven! I forgot just how hot and humid it is! I am happy to be back here, feels like a second home now! The flights were uneventful, luggage arrived safely, so there is nothing to complain about.
Leaving Mark and Cailyn was very difficult, VERY!!! I had to do it like removing a bandaid...quickly and abruptly! I had two mini melt downs on the plane - especailly when I heard a little one about Cailyns age cooing and chatting. I am lucky to have visited with Cailyn and Mark on skype after landing and Mark is keeping me up to date by the hour with loads of pics and videos!
Delhi is like a second home for me. I know where I am going, how to get there, who to call and how to navigate the chaos. There is an intoxicating feeling when in Delhi, one that breeds excitement in me. Delhi has given us such a wonderful gift and being here again makes me feel comfortable and optimistic. I am excited to see Dr Shivani in a couple of hours and get the welcome wand of internal viewing! Seeing Dr S will be like seeing an old friend, and I really look forward to it.
More later..now, breakfast!