It happened one snowy night #FridayFictioneers

I loved the snow, I could sit by the window for hours staring at the snowflakes as they changed the entire landscape- from green and brown to spotless white. My friends loved the sun and hated winters, they thought I am weird. Then one day, Jamie broke up with me on a snowy winter night.… Continue reading It happened one snowy night #FridayFictioneers

Beyond boundaries #FridayFotoFiction

“Yes” he said, sliding his fingers into hers as she clasped them tight. It was the start of a long and arduous journey, the conservative society would never accept this, they had defied all norms, it was an unholy union. It was something they had agreed upon right from the time they started dating. They… Continue reading Beyond boundaries #FridayFotoFiction

Are women truly empowered in developed countries?

A truly empowering moment for me as a working mother came when I could choose to go on a 2.5 month long assignment to a different country, miles apart leaving my daughter behind. Why do I call it empowering? Thats because I could exercise my choice here, my free will, not obligated to make a… Continue reading Are women truly empowered in developed countries?

Be the rainbow in someone’s life #FFFAW

Little Janah had a forlorn look on her face today. What a contrast to the radiant smile that she wore yesterday. It has been a memorable day. She had seen a rainbow on her way to school- a full rainbow as it shone- all the 7 colours vividly shining , brightening up the sky and… Continue reading Be the rainbow in someone’s life #FFFAW

Invisible shackles #SundayPhotoFiction

The leopard inspected her new surroundings with a sense of despair- the cage left her with a sickening feeling but she couldn’t let her emotions drown her else her cub would sense the reality. “Mommy I aint liking this, why are we caged? I love the open jungles where I can breathe fresh air, hunt… Continue reading Invisible shackles #SundayPhotoFiction

The cycle of life #SundayPhotoFiction

Adam roamed aimlessly on the streets of Venice- the beautiful city which held dear memories since decades. As a child, he clutched his Mumma’s hand as they walked on this very street- as his Mom bought some custard and pie and he had his weekly treat of popsicles. He then grew up and walked with… Continue reading The cycle of life #SundayPhotoFiction

An eventful year it turned out to be #GratitudePost

Doesn’t this quote resonate with you? For me, the past few months since I¬†stumbled upon Vidya Sury’s Gratitude Circle, I have come to believe in the power of practising gratitude. I joined this monthly blog hop from September. It was quite a happening month with my business trip coming up but as ¬†every time new… Continue reading An eventful year it turned out to be #GratitudePost