A Rendezvous…



Break free!



And…We are back! After a Wedding :)


Hey everyone!

How have you all been?

First of all, let me start by apologizing for vanishing away all of a sudden from the blogging world. It all just happened so fast!

To begin with, I got married in November last year. And, like every other girl, I was super excited about this event. It all started towards the beginning of August – ‘The Proposal’, ‘Meet the Parents’, ‘The Ring’ and ‘The Wedding Date’! We finalized the date for November. So, with just three months in hand and a full-time job, here I was juggling between my work and the wedding preps. The infinite shopping sprees, venue and food selection, invitation cards, and my job left me with no time. None at all! Trust me!

By God’s grace, all went as planned. It was a beautiful ceremony and enjoyed by everyone. I had lots of fun!! 🙂 After the wedding, my husband and I got busy traveling as we moved to a new place. We got busy setting up the house. All this while, I have just been enjoying cooking, traveling and exploring my new world! Now, that I am settled, I don’t want to neglect ‘The Glee In Me’ anymore. So here I am, back with a bang! 🙂

I have loads of new stuff planned and some of it is already in progress. This new season of ‘The Glee In Me‘ will begin with a complete makeover of the blog, a different theme, lots of creative art and some happy musings!

Happiness is just around the corner!

Keep watching this space for more!

Lots of love,


‘Mood Cube’ – Miniature Art

I found this little cube of wood at home which was tempting enough for me to think what can be done with it.

To begin with I painted it all white.

IMG_4520So, I thought what next? I decided to paint cute little birds with different expressions or moods – joy, hungry, sleepy, angry, amazed and feeling loved on it.


IMG_4517IMG_4518IMG_4519IMG_4522This sits on my desk at work and works perfectly as my mood indicator 🙂

Adorable, isn’t it ?

‘Waiting for the miracle to happen!’ – Mixed Media Art

Another page from the Art Journal! Have a great Sunday guys!! 🙂

Miniature Art – ‘A rustic chest of drawers’

My love for creating miniature art is growing day by day. A world with tiny people and tiny things is full of imagination. Every creation is intricately designed and requires precision and patience. Tried my hand at making a rustic looking chest of drawers.

Isn’t it cute??!



Miniature Art titled ‘Reaching new heights’

The best view comes after the hardest climb!

This miniature art installation is inspired by mountaineers who overcome all the obstacles and reach the highest point they have always dreamt of.


Miniature Art titled ‘Go Green’

Think one person can’t make a difference? Think again!

     In my (fantasy) miniature world, this miniature boy has done his bit. Have you?

Plant more trees! Save the environment! Go Green!

Miniature Art titled ‘Little boy at work’