My Inner Memsahib

Growing up in India has a huge impact on your psyche. A friend invited me to lunch last week at her very fancy club here in Toronto. It was all so swish: the decor, the food, and yes, even the washrooms. I LOVED it. And spent the rest of the week reining in my inner memsahib.


  1. Love your little tidbits.

  2. Roopali Mukherjee · · Reply

    “Reining in”? Tsk tsk. My vote would be to give her full reign – at least for a week or two. xx.

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