Have you ever seen a cobweb in someone else’s home, a restaurant, or anywhere and felt like cleaning it? Have you ever gone to a friend’s house and seen dust on her centre table and felt a pressing need to dust it? Have you ever not been able to fall asleep because you had not … Continue reading ATAXOPHOBIA- Disorder or Good Habit?
Once was there a flower, a beautiful white little flower, That had bloomed one Sun-kissed morning; And shining like a pearl, Amidst a meadow, lush and evergreen. All day she swayed with the breeze; Laughed with joy when Sun kissed her brow.... Poem by Arathi Nair This shot we took during our trip to Shimla. … Continue reading White Little Flower- #ThursdayTreeLove
This image was taken on Charles Bridge, Prague. Linking this to Wordless Wednesday
Last Wednesday was Valentine’s Day and my social media newsfeed was choking with love (pronounce Laov). Everybody was expressing their undivided laov to their wives/girlfriends/husbands and boyfriends. The singles didn’t want to miss the fun and they claimed that V-day is not only for couples but for anyone whom you love. Therefore they started writing … Continue reading #CoupleGoals- What is That?
My better half is the kind of person who remembers to forget things. If he goes to the market with a grocery list containing 12 items then conveniently he would buy only the first four happily omitting the remaining eight. Even the first four would have a warped destiny. For example, if his grocery list … Continue reading What a Day? Valentine’s Day
This Valentine's Day I dedicate #WanderfulWednesday post to my son, who is my true love of life (goes without saying) and who made me proud by trekking to the Taktsang Monastery. It is one of the difficult and challenging treks and you gain merit with every step. Like a typical mother, I was worried to no end when … Continue reading Trek to Taktsang #WanderfulWednesday
People find it weird when I go for movies/plays/shopping/dinner alone. They think I am crazy however, I find it liberating. There was a time in my life when I started doing things alone as I had no choice, however over the years it became my chosen lifestyle. I go alone not because I am alone … Continue reading How I Befriended Loneliness
“Keep an eye on the boat,” said inspector Raghav. “But Sir, I think they will use roadway,” said Arjun “Roadway is too risky, difficult to escape, the waterway is easier. He is a trained underwater diver” there was scorn in Raghav’s voice. “How do you know he is trained?” “I do my homework” “But Sandra … Continue reading Escape
'The barren, leafless tree looks thirsty and it is reaching the water to quench its thirst.' This is the thought that crossed my mind when I came across this tree in Somnath during our Road Trip to Gujarat. What do you feel? Do leave a comment. Linking this to #ThursdayTreeLove-33 hosted by Parul.