People who have grown up with a brother or sister at home will have innumerable memories. Those which hold the power to moisten your eyes and curve your lips. Those that are a gateway to reminisce about your childhood days, innocence, childishness and a carefree life where the only commitment was to eat, study and… Continue reading Siblings and secrets..S for Sathya..
What does it take to live a life with 10k Instagram followers, 1k Facebook friends, Exotic vacations with Enticing food spread, ever cooperative & mushy spouse, well behaved kids, coveted independence, enjoyable weekends and a rewarding career? Doesn't this sound like a poetry. Trust me, it exists. Mark Zuckerberg's company keeps reiterating that this poetic… Continue reading P for Perfectly Imperfect life..
Theories and researchers have proved that, the neurobiological system that intercedes the emotional stimulus and our memory is closely connected. The hormones that are released by this emotional arousal controls the coalescence of our long term memory. Recent researches have demonstrated that humans have more autobiographic memory of their experiences than other living beings. Our… Continue reading O for Occasions
Women go through tempestuous pregnancy with rocketing hormones and gruelling physical challenges. If the walk towards motherhood is exhausting, postnatal period is perplexing. They triumph over the postpartum anxiety, win over the post natal body shaming comments and become strong and wonderful mom’s. If there is a shoulder to lean on, share the confusions and… Continue reading Happy Father’s day!!
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… Continue reading K for kuppu paati
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,… 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,… 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… 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… Continue reading E for Extended Family
D for Dhruv... You are a magic that happened to us, A dream that came true and a blessing from God. The day we were informed about your inclusion in our lives, we felt our hearts stopped beating for a lifetime. There were million butterflies fluttering in our stomach and our eyes welled up with… Continue reading D for Dhruv