Being a mother is exhilarating and exhausting if we dont also add emotionally daunting to the mix already and then it becomes equally excruciating. Enough with the e's already you say. Well its the sleep deprivation that causes alcohol inducing traits in most of us and then the tolerance levels of painful people hits an … Continue reading The thing about Play!
Min Jin Lee takes us on a long and tedious journey in her opus epic by the name of the most popular arcade games in east Asia. Being an immigrant is not easy at all and Japan is no saint. As the novel takes us through the life of Sunja, am assuming she is the … Continue reading Pachinko!
Being a fish is serious work and seeing fishes is even more serious work, as I would eventually learn on my maiden trip to the Republic of Maldives! A very short flight away from Bangalore, much closer than even the national capital, I wondered why, as an ocean lover and a certified beach bum, I … Continue reading Mermaiding in Maldives!
Michelle Obama is an ordinary woman on an extraordinary journey she claims in her aptly titled book. An easy read, becoming is largely endearing bringing out empathy and smiles as the ex-FLOTUS herself takes us on a journey through her life. She is the quintessential woman, one we find everywhere in the world who prioritises … Continue reading Becoming
Named after a book, that literally is a tome of wisdom, books have always meant a lot to me. Reading one, writing one, writing in one, holding one, decorating one, drawing in one they have always been a part of my life. Belle of Beauty and the Beast has been my favorite disney princess, not … Continue reading Your Royal Bookness!
Flash them all as they say let the pearlies save the day bringing the clan in the fray leaving not even one astray the wisdom of all in the neigh comes with time and the grey not to touch upon all the play and he options to clearly weigh there are no blacks … Continue reading Sparkly two, 32!
While I while away time on my self-inflicted sabbatical there have been advices from several quarters, one special one coming from my co-pilot as I steered the Microlight over the cool climes of Jakkur and Hebbal, prodding me to get back to work, in his words, "do not rust, whatever you may", I very reluctantly … Continue reading WAF – 2018
This morning I woke up from a dream where I was feeding my baby, slowly hour after hour of tiny morsels being finely installed into the tiny mouth of my 10-month old. I didn't know whether to be sad that even in my dreams I am doing what takes up half of my waking hours! … Continue reading The Perils of being a Hands-on Mom!
To travel is to live. We travel not to escape life, but for life to not escape us. Dream, do, discover. The umpteen travel quotes or rather to travel quotes have been flooding my mailbox and making their way into my head since time immemorial. More recently flooded with Mommy-hormones, I took several journeys of … Continue reading Postcards from Karnataka
Well technically it was a branch that whacked my 5-month old baby on the head and another twig that tore through his arm but the magnitude that had on my life was nothing short of a meteor. For starters it woke me out of my slumber, broke the massive block in my head and got … Continue reading When the meteor hit my son..