L for Late Kate. I wonder how can I be loved by these two most important and punctual men in life?My appa and the husband man. . Not just punctual, they are very disciplined too. Psychology says that people who are always late are the most creative ones. Not def Meh!! I really don’t know about the authenticity of this analysis. But I can tell … Continue reading L for Late Kate chronicles…
K for kuppu paati. My Kuppu paati (father’s mother) is the reason I am here, rekindling all my best memories and being grateful to so many people around me. She was a very thin-fair skinned lady, with a broad forehead, well combed bun, wrinkled cheeks, diamond earrings in her ears and single gold bangle in each hand. I saw her as a multifaceted elegant woman, … Continue reading K for kuppu paati
I for influence of my life events… These days, there are number of case studies and researches going on to define and measure our happiness. Happiness is a very relative emotion pertaining to the psychological quotient, societal influence, economic and physical conditions of the people. The identity of a person emerges from the culmination of all our life experiences. Increased probability of happiness in every … Continue reading I for influence of my life events…
H for Home….Generally, conception of good beliefs and faith in a person are an impact of the formative childhood years. It is believed that the family members, neighbourhood and places we live in, infuse a certain wisdom, culminating in a metamorphosis by which the adulthood is attained.I grew up wanting to explore places, experience multiculturalism, learn different languages, meet lot of people. True to my … Continue reading H for Home…The place I grew up.
G for husband G of mine… . I cannot bring myself to write some sappy, soul stirring and lovey dovey content about my husband. But this is for my man with whom I wish to grow old. There had been an odd hint of indignation from my end about this snappish and a short tempered person, during initial years of togetherness. But all the baggage … Continue reading G for…
F for Friends… Friends are people we meet outside the four walls of our comfort zone, our home. Friends can be crazy bunch of people who laugh with us for silliest things and become our partners in crime, matured set of people who teach us the sense of self respect and inspire us to advance forward, acquaintances who show us directions in life to reach … Continue reading F For Friends
E For Extended Family When your vacations begin in an over populous home with random orders fired from all the directions, you do not need DSLR, Passport, Sunglasses and home theatre’s, to make a truckload of memories. The unacclaimed patience to repeat “Aah Haan ok ok” for all the miscellaneous instructions directed towards you, is a skillset. We were on constant observation, be it drinking … Continue reading E for Extended Family
C For Calcutta Chronicles… Scintillating memories of long distance train journeys, are the most integral part of 1990’s childhood tales. When the journey is with the most lovable and fun loving friends, the memories are etched forever. One such page from my travel diary is Calcutta. As kids, the geography of the vacation was the only required encouragement, to make us do travel packing, buy … Continue reading C for Calcutta Chronicles
B for Bangalore days. A decade back, being a young adult (girl), pursuing dreams by staying away from family was flagrant disregard to the societal norms and myth. Having lofty dreams, with little sagacity and patients talks, I was able to convince my parents to send me off to Bangalore. PG is a place where an introvert becomes an extrovert easily. Also that, there is an … Continue reading B for Bangalore days..
I have decided to start 26days “Expressing gratitude” exercise. Planning to write about people and events that have created a positive change in my life. I intent to cover all the letters from A to Z. Starting with “A”: Amma and Appa: My parents. I owe them my strength, courage and will power. By well accumulated compendium of my childhood failures, I conclude that, they … Continue reading Expression of Gratitude