Nana sat in front of me looking beautiful, the euphoria of meeting each other was waning.“How are you?” I asked her for the umpteenth time.“I’m doing well,” she replied and we smiled at each other. It was as though we didn’t want to launch into the obvious subject. It was a Wednesday afternoon, my off… Continue reading NANA (Part 8)
I lay on my stomach two days after Nana left. There was no food. I had drunk water until I understood that it was no food. The silence in the house was deafening. It felt like someone had died. Not just anyone but Nana. Nana the best sister anyone could ask for. No food, for… Continue reading NANA (Part 3)
I love the indian movies. Why? They have those amazing love stories. I am a firm believer of those "happily ever afters". It's so beautiful when they have issues with friendship, character, betrayal and they get a way to work it out. 🎊Here is a link to my blog post last year about THINGS I… Continue reading Indian Movies and I
By all means, marry. If you get a good wife, you’ll become happy; if you get a bad one, you’ll become a philosopher. ~ Socrates Image Credit: nearlywes.com Thanks Linda G. Hill for hosting this, such a lovely idea. Why don't you join us sometime? Until next time, Blessings!
An archaeologist is the best husband a woman can have; the older she gets the more interested he is in her. ~ AGATHA CHRISTIE Photo credit: nearlywes.com This challenge is hosted by Linda G. Hill, thanks Linda. Here are the Cool rules: 1. Make it one sentence. 2. Try to make it either funny or… Continue reading The best husband…One Liner Wednesday