Tread the path cautiously #WriteBravely #WriteProBlogger

Little R is my daughter’s friend, he is one of the most mischievous little brats who refuses to sit still for a moment. Constantly creating havoc, throwing things around, running like a puppy and hurting himself- he has his parents at their wit’s end. His mother has to mostly bear the brunt as she is… Continue reading Tread the path cautiously #WriteBravely #WriteProBlogger

The bird who knows all #FridayFictioneers

Paddy knows it all- he sees things which we don’t see or deliberately shut our eyes and act oblivious, he knows the deep dark secrets- this little birdie knows them all!. As little Jena sang the song, her brother John stood mouth open, thinking- “Paddy knows I broke the cookie jar”. Her Mom Sara smiled… Continue reading The bird who knows all #FridayFictioneers

Real Stories #FridayFictioneers

The driveway was spell binding- one side of the road was full of trees, shedding their leaves, hues of green, yellow, red and the other side had sprawling mansions, each unique and beautiful. Everyone marvelled at the fortune of those living in these mansions. The giant house belonged to Ruby- a widow who terribly missed… Continue reading Real Stories #FridayFictioneers

I died to be reborn again #WriteBravely #WriteProBlogger

My last post for Write Tribe was about leaving India for a 2.5 months work assignment in Zurich. It was a tough call as a mother but the unflinching support of my family and blogger friends is what made this a reality.Here is my last post which saw so many comments where everyone encouraged me.… Continue reading I died to be reborn again #WriteBravely #WriteProBlogger

Creating history #FFFAW #FlashFiction

They ┬ádonned their caps and stood in attention, their chest swelled in pride. Some were as young as 22, a few were older. They came from diverse backgrounds, different states and cultures.A few were mums, leaving their tiny tots behind in the care of family had not been easy but they knew there was a… Continue reading Creating history #FFFAW #FlashFiction

The circle of Gratitude- September

I first read about this amazing blog hop Gratitude hosted by the effervescent Vidya Sury and was keen to participate. With the limited time I have for blogging amidst my tight office schedule and a toddler at home, I couldn’t join. But I always felt writing this post is going to be such a wonderful… Continue reading The circle of Gratitude- September

Living Apart Together -FridayFotoFiction

Anaisha and Arvind were silent today, their eyes did the talking. A few unspoken words on the tip of their tongue, memories of the last 7 years of courtship and marriage, a silent fear which ate them up- Long Distance was not easy. One year down the line- who knew if the flame of love… Continue reading Living Apart Together -FridayFotoFiction