Call it ignorance, but back when I was in school or college I had never heard of the term Reunion! Sure, we friends discussed about how different our lives would be after some ten odd years or so and how strangely funny it would be to see each other as moms and dads, but that… Read More Friendly Disconnect #MondayMusings
“Every one of us has a story to tell. Even the ones like you, who say they don’t.” I told A the other day while responding to a simple question posed by him, “Why do you write so much fiction these days?” It’s true. Every one has been blessed by nature with an imagination that… Read More What is your story?
Every morning my alarm goes off and depending upon my readiness to leave the comfort of my bed and the warmth of someone’s arms, my reaction to it varies from cool, refreshed and ready to go, irritated, turning it off and going back to sleep or cursing the time I set it up in the… Read More Early to rise
At my mother’s, we live on the second floor while there is a quiet hardly-there Maharashtrian family that lives on the 6th floor. The apartments are placed such that their kitchen and ours are facing each other, albeit at different levels. Uncle, Aunty, a son and a daughter make their family. Their children are both… Read More Sneezing Aunty
Recently I reconnected with one of my oldest friends. Although we were poles apart, we spent a better part of our lives being best friends and have the fondest memories of our childhood. We do regret depriving ourselves of this special bond owing to a silly misunderstanding created between us by another friend of ours… Read More Mistaken Friends or Mistakenly Friends?