Diary Of A 90’s Kid – Monsoons

Image Courtesy: Sajith Nambiar Monsoons offered consistent and meaningful backdrops in the life a of 90's kid. Rain falling on the thatched and tiled rooftops always had an organic quality about it. Image Courtesy : Sidharth Sunil Kumar Our streets gleam and glimmer in the rainwater. Eccentric, orange colored puddles emerge all over the roads,... Continue Reading →

Diary Of A 90’s Kid – Aachi Veetu Adukkalai

Cousins who visit us play their travel history as the trump card and win the much coveted extra preferences from my grandma, Uma Aachi. If the norm is one Chengavarukkai Maanga per person, they are offered atleast about half a dozen or even more on demand. While the pulpy ones are gobbled up right away,... Continue Reading →

Microblog Mondays – Sharing Life’s Little Tidbits

• I watched "The Good Dinosaur" last night and cried happy, sad and every other variant of emotional tears. • A little friend (read: best friend) of mine (and baby D) gifted me a cute, hand-made card that had an adorable craft work with a sweet message written inside it. While handing over, he smiled... Continue Reading →

Snippet #42 D for Dance

Every year, Christmas brings with it the spirit of love, kindness and people spread the good vibes through carol songs, winter tales, gifts and greeting cards. We were fortunate enough to enjoy two Christmas events at the husband's workplace in the last two weeks. Audience big and small, together they sang at the top of... Continue Reading →

Preschool Digest

Image Courtesy: unsplash.com Teacher: Dear Children, you may bring your mumma, papa, grandmas and grandpas to school for this year's Christmas day celebration. That preschooler: They are very busy. Can I bring my metro train instead? °°°°°° Teacher: Fish lives in water. That preschooler: NO. Fish lives in the fridge. °°°°°° Teacher: Wow, your name... Continue Reading →

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