"Did I ever celebrate Christmas?" The thought had been lingering in my mind for a while now. I am celebrating the spirit of Christmas with the #UnwrapChristmas blogpost chain. I am thankful to my school for passing on the baton of spreading Christmas joy and spirit to me.
He is my first love after all and frankly, I don’t want to be any less than a princess to him. Am I being selfish? May be I am then! No one in this world can ever love a girl more than her father!
Last Sunday the day started as usual. I attended a family function filled with rituals along with lots of chatter and laughter, but that evening turned out to be more blissful.
Anika (my daughter, my Cookie) and I went out on a mother-daughter date. All we did was having fun (shop, eat and play). Around 5 in the evening, my husband dropped us at forum mall and left to his friend’s place. This marked the beginning of our fabulous eve-out. As soon as we entered the mall, she ran into one of those remote controlled cars where the operator would operate while the child enjoys the ride.
Now it was mommy’s turn and I went to MAX outlet to shop for her. I always felt it difficult to handle her even after being accompanied by someone but this time I was at absolute ease to shop with and handle her…
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This post is very special to me. Today, I'm going to introduce my dear friend, Harini Sripathi, who has just started her own blogging journey. She is an avid reader, loving mother, wonderful friend, and a very talented person! I can tell you all with a hundred percent certainty that you will enjoy reading what … Continue reading Introducing: Cookie Hobby
It is strange how unexpected joys fill our life with positivity. Yet many a times, we choose to ignore them by trying so hard unnecessarily, increasing our expectations limitlessly and eventually hit rock bottom. Yet again my concept of “Zero expectations = Ultimate happiness” proved to be right. Go on...Read to know how...!
I was clueless about the meaning of the word at first and felt lazy even to find it. I found out what it means on a fellow blogger's post...and went with the follow...
I am taking part in Write Tribe Pro-blogger challenge, and the prompt for today was to put the music player on shuffle or tune in to my favorite radio station and use the song played first as the prompt. I chose the former and it played “It’s Not Easy”; a song by Vladimir John Ondrasik III aka Five for Fighting.
I received a message from a friend and fellow blogger; he tagged me to take up this post on all about books. I must say it was the best diversion which I was in need of and I enjoyed answering each and every question asked!
“Don’t succumb to the situation… Raise above them and soar high my dear” said a father… “Don’t cry my little one… Instead, challenge and show them you are no less!” said a mother… “Don’t break down… Rise from the ashes like a phoenix blazing its wings” said a friend… “Don’t give up… Instead, keep calm and the storm shall … Continue reading Soar High! #KheerWrites
Today was no different from any other regular day of my routine. It has become a habit now to look at my photo wall I created in my room as I wake up; like a routine. I feel peaceful even when I do nothing but stare at those photographs remembering the good times I had … Continue reading Grandma’s little ‘Krishna’ #KheerWrites