One in a million #FridayFictioneers

Rosie was not her usual cheerful self today when she returned from school. I gave her a hug and she burst into tears”Mom why is my skin darker than others? I look different , not one among them. Suzie was saying I do not belong here” I braced myself,I knew this was coming someday. I… Continue reading One in a million #FridayFictioneers

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

Moving on #FridayFictioneers

It was time to move on, say good bye to the house she grew up in which was now a dilipidated building. She would miss the good old days when they played in the courtyard without a worry, plucked mangoes from the trees.She would miss those hugs by grandma which magically took off all her… Continue reading Moving on #FridayFictioneers

Arranged Date #FridayFictioneers

“I am terrified of these rides, not sure I can handle it” said Jo, eyeing the monster “Tora Tora” fearfully. “This is so much fun, come on lets do it. I love such rides” Emma’s excited voice drowned his fearful one. Few minutes later, they were seen laughing as the capsule moved higher up. This… Continue reading Arranged Date #FridayFictioneers

My imperfect kitchen which I treasure #FridayFictioneers

Sara is the perfect wife, mother, entrepreneur, daughter, activist- I count myself lucky to have found a life partner I look upto. Life was ¬†rough, we lived hand to mouth but with our hard work and luck, we are now millionaires. We live in a mansion. One thing that puzzles me is Sara has kept… Continue reading My imperfect kitchen which I treasure #FridayFictioneers

Finding my silver lining #FridayFictioneers

The test result was negative again, my hopes were crushed yet another time. The woollen cap I was knitting for my baby would not adorn its head now. Multiple visits to the gynec, series of tests and still no success. I had done it all- in the hope of becoming a mother. 5 years of… Continue reading Finding my silver lining #FridayFictioneers

Finding light in darkness #FridayFictioneers

I looked out of the window- the tree which was blooming a few days ago was now barren-the flowers had fallen,leaves had withered away, it stood forlorn,naked. It had snowed last night and ice that wrapped itself on the branches made the tree look looked ¬†surreal.The barren tree looked magnificent today- all alone, without its… Continue reading Finding light in darkness #FridayFictioneers