Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Welcome to The Empire

Once again a long period of inactivity (only in blogging). I was fully occupied otherwise, which was the cause of my not spending enough time on this blog. Among the very important assignments, one of which was searching for a perfect match for my younger son of course, we were also busy with creating 2 other blogs.

Kathai Kathayam Karanamam is a blog that has been in gestation for a very long time. This is an attempt to share the stories we had heard as children and also what I had read to my children when they were little. The first story is already up, Matha Pitha Guru Deivam. We will be adding many more, please visit often and give me suggestions as always.

Our younger son who returned to India after spending more than a decade in the US has started blogging his experiences in India of today, from an outsider’s point of view. He is writing Just Landed.

Now that we have 3 blogs going, we are now officially a media empire. We are all part of the ever-expanding Blandings Media Empire.

Hope you enjoy reading both the blogs.

Happy Reading.


vimmi said...

Hi Ammupatti,

Have bookmarked just landed. we are planning to retrn to India in 3 years. Hi blog will be really good read for us.

Revathi said...

Good luck finding a maatuponnu - Even with all the long gaps, I look forward to your posts - the customs and traditions and ofcourse the food !!

KKK is such a simple but novel concept.. Will be useful for moms of this generation especially when kids are away from grandparents !!! Thanks for KKK

Anonymous said...

Please check your post again, looks like the first link to KKK does not work (goes to page not found error pg)

Good luck on these new project(s).

Ammupatti said...

Hi Vimmi and Revati

Thanks for your prompt comments. Every effort will go to make the sites interesting.

Ammupatti said...

Hi anonymous

Thanks for the note. We have fixed the link.

Anonymous said...

KKK is a wonderful project - I look forward to reading your stories Ammupatti and sharing them with my little niece.