Coz I Gotta Have Faith

I gotta have faith
Because I got to have faith faith faith
I got to have faith faith faith!
I bet you are humming this song and moving to the beat, as I too am right now. And as I did when I was sitting in a tiny plane a day before and could hear the faint strains of this song coming from someone’s earphones. I started humming and tapping my feet, and was joined by my co-passenger, whose involuntary humming of the song meant that he and I were of the same vintage, give or take a couple of months, as we later discovered. So we hummed I gotta have faith faith faith and swayed along in sync with the turbulent flight. What’s with these old songs, anyway? I don’t think I even like George Michael now (though try telling that to my teen self)! Yet, each time I hear one of the oldies, I can’t help but sing. And if space permits, dance. My truck of  a car is one of the places where you will find me singing and (moderately) dancing. My furball of a cat is a long suffering witness to the singing & dancing routines, sometimes after a few glasses of wine. And no, he doesn’t join in, either in the wine or in the singing/dancing bit, if you must know. And now that I have shared my singing and dancing trivia, which no doubt you will find useful one fine day, let’s move on to the things that make my blog sing and dance, like these pretty pretty rooms. That was an abrupt segue, but really, sometimes it is best this way to get to the point of the post. Which is to share my latest haul of loveliness with you! Once I start talking, or singing, then you know, it’s hard to stop. So before I start off with Freeedomm next, you have a dekko!


I am traveling again tomorrow for the rest of the week, this time in not-such-a tiny plane. As I did with my trip earlier this week, I will be sharing the as-it-happens on instagram. Join me!

 See you next week, my lovelies!
[Image credit: First five images from The Interior Stylist and rest of the images from photographer Gorta Yuuki]


  1. Hiya – I visited India recently & loved the vibrancy & colour, so reminiscent of Africa where I grew up. I love your blog & will be a regular visitor ….

  2. Love!

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