28 March 2010

Hello everybody

My husband Ezy in his uniform
feeling very bored.
Hello. My name is Sheila Araujo Vaz. I am born and brought up in Mumbai and I do not think I will be happy in any other place. I am a homemaker though I trained to be a nurse before I got married in the year 1990. My husband Ezy is a Captain in the Merchant Navy and I have spent many years sailing with him and though I had terrible bouts of sea sickness in the beginning I later became 'a sailor's wife' according to Ezy because after 2 months the sea sickness flew out of the porthole (that's sailor lingo for window).
My daughter Magali pretending to
steer the ship.
My daughter Magali is going to be eighteen very soon. How the days have gone by. I remember holding her as a baby the day after she was born and her father was speaking to me on the phone from the port of Gibraltar and feeling very sad that he could not be with us at once. He came 10 days later. Now she is a childlike mature girl who still wants to play silly games with me and I sometimes wonder how the years have flown by. She herself has been a blogger since a long time & introduced me forced me to blog.
Ezy & Me on the ship.
Though I had not started blogging I have been reading a lot of blogs and I really do not know how often I will blog because I am not much of a writer. That is Magali's forté. I will write as and when I am in a mood, and I should warn you all that I am a pretty moody person as I am a Cancerian.
My free time is spent as a Volunteer at The Home for the Aged close to home. I have been going there for nearly seven years.
This is all I can think of for my first post. Will post sometime soon.

Take care,
Sheila

*all three pictures in this post were taken during our trip sailing with Ezy in the year 2008.

13 comments:

  1. Yayyyy! I am so happy you finally did your first blog post! I am so proud!!!
    And you can forever remember I was the first commenter... ever! *wink*

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  2. Good to have you here! Congrats on your first post... And Wishing you good luck for many more to come!

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  3. It was great knowing you!Waiting for more of your thoughts to unfold :)
    Good luck!

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  4. welcome to blogland!
    would love to hear about your experiences in the old age home where you volunteer

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  5. Thank you Saurabh.

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  6. Thanks Sweta. Have got a lot to say but I am lazy to blog.

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  7. Thank you Magali for helping me to set up the blog.

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  8. Thank You Magiceye. Hope to write a post about my volunteer work soon.

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  9. Welcome to the blogosphere! Hope you have a great time here! :)

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  10. Congrats and Welcome to the Blogging world! added to my web list and will be visiting here regularly for all the elderly gyan :)

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