Delayed gratitude for May I know it’s the third week of June. A little late to show up with the gratitude post for May at this hour of the month. But hey, better late than never. Right? Life In General Honestly speaking I don’t remember
Lately, I am coming across a lot of happiness related reads. It’s silly how all we want to be is happy and end up not happy for the most part of our life. That’s because we connect happiness with success and wealth more often than
Are we already one week into the New Year? It is time to set up our goals and resolutions for 2018, isn’t it? And of course, word of the year! I have been choosing a word of the year for the last three years. It
This happened last year, 2016 May. Though I wrote it, I couldn’t post this at that time because I was deeply affected. I was 5 months pregnant at that time. One year later, I still feel the same. I’m not a Mother’s day person.
Happy New Year! We are having a wet start here in Arizona. The blue sky is nowhere to be seen. Sun must be hiding behind those dark clouds, but my eyes are failing to spot even the tiniest glimmer of him this morning. But the
Today my husband and I celebrate our 9th wedding anniversary. On this joyous occasion, I would like to celebrate the love that we share. Ours is a love based of giving and receiving as well as having and sharing. And the love that we give
2016 began with promises to be more systematic and whatnot! But soon I found out that I won’t be keeping any of the promises I made to myself. And I wasn’t disappointed with me in breaking those and stepping away from my goals. As we
Today morning, while I and Kanna were on our way to his school, I saw a spectacular view. Gleaming rays of the sun, hidden behind the trees branching out in all directions. The leafless trees adorned with the orange hues shined as if it is a
Last week was Kanna’s half term break. Last week we were busy with Kanna’s daily swim lessons, the visit to the library and the continuous rain. It was cold throughout. And of course, this week came and put the last one on the warmer side.
If you could erase one person from your past, would you? The question stared at me. And there, the charades of people with instances that scorched my soul, that I wanted to and would like to erase from my past flashed before my eyes. Oh no,