Nothing lasts forever #FFFAW #FlashFiction

Sarah loved watching the sun set. Every evening she made it a point ┬ánot to miss it. It was a ritual now since many years. Just like the sun rose each day and filled the world with light, hope and happiness that a new dawn brings, her life had seen those wonderful moments like when… Continue reading Nothing lasts forever #FFFAW #FlashFiction

A month away from home #GratitudePost

October has been an eventful month. It began with the preparations for my 2.5 month business trip to Zurich, as I was cramming my bag with almost every other thing. When you have the luxury of business class travel, extra baggage is least of your worries- a generous 64kg baggage is what I was permitted… Continue reading A month away from home #GratitudePost

Serendipity and Unhappy Endings #FridayReflections

Have you watched the movie Serendipity? The lead actor is John Cussack one of my favourites. Its a romantic movie about a couple who meets and parts without exchanging their whereabouts, they decide to write their names and phone numbers on the cover of a book and a currency note- if the universe wants them… Continue reading Serendipity and Unhappy Endings #FridayReflections

This fuzzy thing called LOVE #WriteBravely #WriteProBlogger

There were myriad emotions running through Sunaina’s mind as the plane touched the ground. She was back home, her own city Mumbai after a short trip to London. Saying good bye was hard. Her husband Ajay had landed a short term assignment for 6 months in London and she had accompanied him to help set… Continue reading This fuzzy thing called LOVE #WriteBravely #WriteProBlogger

The Casanova #FridayFotoFiction

He sat on the steps , just outside the arena where the Fearless Girl and The Bull were erected. Impeccably dressed in a suit, the Tag Heuer watch and Aviator sunglasses, immersed in the Business Times, he looked like the busiest person on Wall Street. He had inhertited his Greek God looks from his father.… Continue reading The Casanova #FridayFotoFiction

I forgive #FridayFotoFiction

Everyone had a solemn look,a few tear stricken faces as they stood around the burning pyre. All but Sudha. She had a smile on her face,it was more of an expression of peace, serenity,like she had been searching for something for ages and had finally found it. Sudha and Naresh’s was a candy love story.As… Continue reading I forgive #FridayFotoFiction

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