Reminiscing Republic Day celebration at school and how we celebrate now as grown ups. Also talking about some interesting observations made in the day.
Lock-down Day 3/4 in India : While cleaning hands for 20 seconds became a life saver, I share my personal story on how my mom made cleanliness a habit.
Today my beloved granny was discharged from ICU after 10 instense days… It was the same time when I visited home.I went to see her in the hospital… They gave us a visiting card. Only one person at a time would be allowed. Hospital authority allows relatives to visit the patient for maximum of 1 […]
In today’s context blocking content from children is almost impossible. Every body has access to internet and no matter how strict you are kids will get their way out.
After witnessing so much craze on internet about Shane Dawson’s 5 episodes long docu-series on Jeffree Star I was wondering that this must be another internet drama. I do watch Shane Dawson’s for some time now. I am not a die hard fan of him but some of his work has made me come back […]
I’m not feeling good… neither physically nor mentally. Yesterday was a long day. By night I had tremendous headache, I could barely eat because of that. I went to bed early. Today when I woke up, my headache was gone. This is best about sleep, you forget about pains (if pain is moderate, if pain […]
Personal space, diary writing and memories…
While going through my old photos on FaceBook I found this one. The idea of the photo was one fine day, I looked at the mirror and found myself looking exactly like my sister. The avatars you’re seeing are customized by me and Sissy. Our skin tone is almost the same- brown. But from my […]
An open letter/a rant of a frustrated daughter.
Day 0: This day doesn’t even count. The whole day I was so restless, waiting eagerly to meet my family, my people. When you visit home only twice a year or even less than that, the urge for reunion grows stronger and reaches at its peak when there’s only a few hours between you and […]
“It’s a girl”- the doctor said and handed me over to him. I wish, I remembered his first expression. It’s weird that we don’t remember seeing our mom and dad for the first time. Anyway, I heard this later that dad saw me before mom. Maybe that’s why I have a whole different level of […]