"Mama, I want four chapatis and two eggs today for breakfast" demanded 6 years old Dhristi. That's nice my baby. Ok, brush and come to the table. She is back jumping on table and shouted for breakfast. Pramila got hot chapatis from tava, served her and started peeling the eggs and slowly enquired "What's special … Continue reading Someone under bed #TellTaleThursday
Your mind is a powerful thing. When you filter it with positive thoughts, your life will start to change. - Gautama Buddha This pic was taken during the visit to Lalbagh Botanical Gardens with BP. The dark remarkable branches looks so prominent. Its such a huge tree with so many branches. Its unique by itself … Continue reading Dark & remarkable branches #ThursdayTreeLove
Tears are one's strength or weakness? Is it ok to cry more? will crying decide your image? Bold and strong woman don't cry? only woman cry? Crying loud is bad?….. So many questions around tears and crying going in my mind from the last two weeks. Obviously, this indicates my state of mind. I tried … Continue reading Is crying good?
I got up hearing a rasping knock at the door. Opened the mobile to see the time and its 1 am. I was wondering who will knock the door at this time. Definitely, it's my imagination. Too much watching the horror scary movie will result in such imagination and hear back extra unwanted. I was … Continue reading Surprise #TellTaleThursday
During our visit to SIL house, my eyes caught this tree. There was compound between where we stayed and the tree. I didn't know the route to see the tree nearby and enjoy completely. It was so vast and noticeable from far too. Upon more inquiry got to know that its a Banyan tree. Its … Continue reading Banyan Tree #ThursdayTreeLove
December month was again a mixed bag with few highs and many low moments. Already a calendar year completed and time to jot down the grateful moments to recall the learning to take forward to the next year. Lot of good things to remember and cherish even after few majors lows seen! Many learnings and … Continue reading Monthly Gratitude – December 2018