The Storm

I see a storm is brewing, yet the composure on her face, Same as the strange calm, right before the conniption, evident through her gaze. Gone is the happy camper, the young lass with a Twinkle in her eye, A smile winning hearts of both young and old brighter than the summer sky. Smudged kohl, … Continue reading The Storm

Sunshine Blogger Award!!!

Hello Every one!! Now I've been meaning to do this, but somehow or the other I end up with the procrastinating bug on me. So here it goes! Thank you Brandy Deese, my first friend here in the community, for the nomination to the Sunshine Blogger Award. Since its not even a month that I've … Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award!!!

Freedom – as she saw it!

Monica checked her phone for the 7th time in the last 5 mins. Her favourite TV show was on, but she was more interested in her phone. I knew something bothered her, but wouldn't risk asking. We had been flatmates for almost a year now and she didn't like being questioned. She'd speak once comfortable. … Continue reading Freedom – as she saw it!

The White Panda

Drenched in the rain, Oliver looked like a cat who had just been given a bath, forcefully. He had consulted with at least 4 different weather apps and there were no reports of rainfall. What in the world could've gone wrong? It was 8:00 pm by his watch. Emily would be waiting at the Kin … Continue reading The White Panda

It’s What We Do

Coz' it's all about the family! ❤

Meditation Funny #109

This was posted here awhile back and I thought it deserved to be seen again. Enjoy. Too true!  by Monique McIntyre, Guide. Facilitator. Public Speaker. (And blogger!) @ http://www.DiviNationForAll.Wo… Source: Meditation Funny #109

The Transition

OM Mangalam Bhagwan Vishnu || Mangalam Garudadhwaja OM OM Mangalam Pundareekaksham || Mangalayatano Hari OM The priest chanted the hymns, it was time. The flames of the holy fire emblazoned an enchanting hue and her whole life flashed before her eyes. Regular fights with her elder brother. Altercations with mum . Complaining to her dad. … Continue reading The Transition

The Queen of Ranthambore

When I got the email reminder for today's daily prompt, I thought hmmm... Fierce, what do I cook up with that? Well, how bout I work on the weekly photo challenge and maybe something will come along related to such an intense topic. While I was sifting through my collection, one of them happened to … Continue reading The Queen of Ranthambore

Remembering Childhood

Originally Posted on Burning Bright This really made me revisit my yester years. Written beautifully by my college friend , Bhavesh Bhimani , now an established journalist in Kolkata. Click here to visit and read more of his astounding pieces! Trust me he's amazing 🙂 Well read on to find out. Those Parent-Teacher Meetings: The Fear, the … Continue reading Remembering Childhood

Click no matter what they say!

With every click that captures moments and freezes them forever, I discover that it has instilled some thought in me. Nature teaches us to evolve, adapt to situations and spread happiness in its own way. Like this bougainvillaea that seemed to have withered, yet started anew to make me and many others smile every time … Continue reading Click no matter what they say!