A visit to the shopping mall and all kinds of people dressed in varied shades and type of clothes is what catches the eye. While the guys longingly ogle at pretty girls and women check out each other from top to down- right from how has she done her hair to her toe nail and… Continue reading OMG is that Aunty in Skinny Jeans?
A short story. So where are you working? Umm, I am not working. Oh!! then what to do you the whole day? Smile sheepishly. Well there’s housework and cooking, cleaning, taking care of my kids. Oh ok yes yes I know, there’s so much to do. They would give an artificial smile and move on.… Continue reading She’s a housewife, she does nothing.
Cooking and you? What did you say you mop the floor and wash utensils? Really? That’s so not like you. You are not that homemaker kind at all. The corporate honcho, Career woman, how can you possible do all this? This was what I have been hearing since ages. From colleagues, friends, to unknown random people. In fact when… Continue reading When a CA dons the Chef’s Cap!
Only death can do us apart -say those in love but in their case even death had to accept defeat. Such was their love. Ever heard of re incarnation. Some may say this is only imagination and something we choose to believe in just to keep ourselves at peace, but could it be true? This… Continue reading A love that transcends time-57 years and beyond
A short story. “We couldn’t save him we are extremely sorry ma’am your son is no more”. An eerie silence crept all over. I was so shocked that I stood rooted to the spot. No tears, no sobs, no loud cries just a blank stare. Staring into oblivion. It was just this morning that I… Continue reading What do you call a parent who lost a child?
A chilly winter evening in December, I stood in the balcony breathing in some air as my little one took a nap. These few moments that I got for myself were indeed a bliss for a new mom. As my mom and I chatted away, I saw her silhouette. A little girl in a skirt… Continue reading The child who lost her innocence
Body shaming It was a new word for me. I recall people being teased when were kids for being too fat ” mota, dhola, fattie” and the thin ones sometimes” sukad bombil, skeleton” and similar names. It was the obese ones who were mostly the butt of jokes. Much has not changed rather things have… Continue reading Body shaming – let’s put a full stop