Let me tell you about my papa Born in the 50's, he belonged to the future Not because he was tech savvy But because he was prejudice free In my growing years, he was strict Always telling me, to be a man Not because he wanted a boy But because he knew I can, … Continue reading Dear Papa
Does it get better, ever? Its strange, I shouldn't be feeling this broken Because I had left you long time back When I left home to study, to work, to get married and have a child You were always there though Making sure I was alright, making sure I had someone to count on … Continue reading Just Pictures
It is but obvious that I forgot to write a reading and life summary for the month of April, considering everything that happened the last month. It was an emotionally and physically hard month, but everyone survived and I think that's what is important. From everything that happened in April, I had two key takeaways, … Continue reading Life Diaries and Reading Wrap Up – April 2019
I struggled a lot with the title of this post, and you'll know why, once you read this. But before I start, I want to write down the definitions of two words I found on the internet, and it is these words, that this post and my thoughts are related to, today. Cheating (Verb): Act … Continue reading Infidelity in books & movies – Why aren’t there any impartial views?
Another month has gone by and girl, what a month it has been! I thought I would've read more number of books than Feb, considering there were more days in March, but surprisingly, I have read only 4 books in March - which is one less than what I read in Feb! Maybe, I read … Continue reading Life Diaries and Reading Wrap Up – March 2019
Here we go again. That part of this blog when I write for myself and do the obligatory introduction that you will learn nothing from this post other than knowing what I did with my life this month. 😂 February is the month of love, courtesy capitalism and the birth of Valentine's Day. Not that … Continue reading Life diaries & Reading Wrap Up – Feb 2019
There is this saying in India in Hindi, which goes like this Shaadi ka laddoo, jo khaaye pachhtaaye aur jo naa khaaye wo bhi pachhtaye 😉 Which basically translates to something that means - The quandary of marriage - the married ones long to be single while the singles long to be married 😂 So, … Continue reading Last week – Indian wedding, painful long drives, family and rescuing Sirius Black!
I recently joined the many who have watched the currently trending, creepy and wholly possible Netflix series - YOU. Other than the fact that it really says volumes about my darker, crazier side because I could relate to Beck so much and couldn't figure out whether I loathed Joe Goldberg or was secretly rooting for … Continue reading ‘YOU’, Me and the Social Media
Two Writing Teachers run the Slice of Life tag ever Tuesday, where readers and writers are encouraged to write and share something about their life or day. You can check out the tag here. *************************************************************** I’ve been watching and fan girling over the Marvelous Mrs Maisel series on Amazon Prime these days. Since I don’t … Continue reading Slice of Life Tuesday #2 – Being Midge Maisel for a day
This is what happened with me yesterday, a couple of incidents that took place in the morning and led me to think and write this. Scene 1: At the 7:15 am Zumba class. It was an Indian festival and the instructor wanted to do a theme based class. She wanted to make us dance to … Continue reading To please or not to please?