Most Precious Childhood Memory, SNIPPETS

A FUN RIDE THROUGH MEMORY LANE

"Childhood - Lanes I want to visit again, Time I want to live again" This is how I would define if you ask me to, about childhood. The biggest irony, something all of us have experienced as a child was that we wanted to grow up fast and soon because we used to think that… Continue reading A FUN RIDE THROUGH MEMORY LANE

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Our Greatest Fear, SNIPPETS

EXPECTATIONS – MY GREATEST FEAR

"You must learn driving, it's very important.  Go and clear driving theory test" my husband coax me every time he has to come to pick me up for important appointments and he runs late for his meetings. I know he is right but can't muster enough courage to give it a try after I failed my… Continue reading EXPECTATIONS – MY GREATEST FEAR

Short Stories, What's a home?

WHAT’S A HOME – V

Meghana and Animesh kept staring at the waves, rising and falling, reaching the shores, breaking against the rocks and filling the air with noise of splash only to retreat and bring upon calmness which is not static either. The long silence was broken by a notification on Meghana's phone. "Oh it's 2:30 PM, I must… Continue reading WHAT’S A HOME – V

Keep Inspiring, SNIPPETS

GENERATION GAP = COMPLICATED LIVES

What is the most common thing that we are habituated to listen to from our elders? "Humare zamaane mein aisa Nahi hota tha" which translates to " It never used to be like this in our times".  Simply put they are hinting at the Generation Gap.  I am slowly making a place in that league… Continue reading GENERATION GAP = COMPLICATED LIVES