Grandparents are the strong roots of a family #178

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 […]

What I learnt from “The Secret Life of Jeffree Star” #154

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 […]

Disintegrated Chaos? or Rather I should say Life #153

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 […]

Photo Story : Me and my sister #111

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 […]

Homecoming and More… #66

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 […]

Dear Daddy… #47

“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 […]

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