March 14, 2009

Love to India

Just wanted to send loving and warm friendship vibes across the world to Braja, our sister blogess extraordinaire, and honor her with this rangoli. (Find out more about rangolis from Braja's site, Lost and Found in India, here.)

Braja and her husband Jahnudvipa were in a serious car accident while riding in a taxi on their way to the airport. Both Jahnudvipa and the taxi driver are in serious condition. Braja has undergone some surgeries but is expected to get out of ICU within the week. No doubt that full recovery for each one will take much more time and patience.

I am keeping you all in my prayers, Braja, and wish you good health and speedy recoveries. We love you and we're glad you're okay.

Fellow bloggers and readers, please send good vibes to India. For updates on Braja and Jahnudvipa's condition, go here.

Namaste.

12 comments:

Sarah Lulu said...

Certainly I will include them in my prayers.

Breathe said...

How awful! We'll keep them in our thoughts over here...

Vodka Mom said...

you are a doll. for real.

xoxox

Janie at Sounding Forth said...

She is going to so freak out when she sees how many blogs have posted for her and how many bloggers are praying for her.

Awesome, chica. Awesome.

DebraLSchubert said...

I will send healing to India. Thanks for sharing this with us.

Lisa said...

That's a good thing you just did.

Jocelyn said...

This is horrifying. I shall follow your links and learn more.

nikkicrumpet said...

She is such a lovely lady...Her and her husband and their driver are in my prayers. I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

Pseudonymous High School Teacher said...

I timed my walk so I could do my noon prayer for Braja out in the open.

Jill said...

I will pray for them..... this was so nice of you to post. It shows that you are a really good person! :)

Debbie said...

I've been praying for them since I learned about their accident on Friday. I love her and so hope for healing for them.

Elaine at Lipstickdaily said...

Good vibes and prayers are winging their way around the world as I write.