Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Winds of Change

So not only is "Incredible India!" the official slogan for the Indian tourism campaign, it also expresses my deepest sentiments about an amazing year of sights, sounds and colors. India, truly, is incredible.

Now that I have arrived back in Minneapolis and I'm digging my feet back into the soil of Minnesota, I am moving my blog entries to my newest blog site: In The Zone (click and bookmark now). I will leave this site here (Michael's India) for the time being but use my new blog to document my insights, stories, photos, and observations as I keep traveling the world, meeting people and writing about it. Stay tuned for updates as always, and breaking news at once!

I have also started a new blog site for my current project and upcoming book series, The Balance Factor (click and bookmark now), so add that blog to your list for more of a philosophical look at our lives. I will choose focus topics to write about and would love to introduce you slowly to the content of my upcoming books.

Thank you for following my adventures. I look forward to connecting with more of you as I continue my journey. Be Well.



Anonymous said...

This is really cool, i would love to go to India, it really does sound incredible! Thanks so much for coming to our school!


Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for coming in and teaching our class about India. I learned a lot and I really enjoyed your presentation.

Anonymous said...

Mr Sunnarborg,
Thank you for that awesome presentation that you brought to our school. I enjoyed your enthusiasm and your view points on India. I hope to travel there someday because you make it sound fun.
Thanks again,
SJHS Student.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for your presentation. I really got a lot out of it. India has always been a place that I have wanted to visit. I love all of your pictures, especially the ones with that cool color affect.

Thanks again

Becca Kaye

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for coming to our school and giving a great presentation. I really enjoyed it and i learned a lot!
Thanks again,

Jamie said...

This blog is very interesting. The slogan for the tourism thing is catchy! I like the picture of the elephant as well. I'm excited to hear your presentation. I also feel special because I know what namaste means, I respect you, or I see the good in you. Good luck with future travels!


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TonyBlog said...

We are happy when a foreign nation comes to India and appreciate our country not only by their heart and mouth but truly written as such, though there will be some pros and cons in our country. Thanks a lot author.