Beautiful scenery, fresh air, simplicity and a a serene life...these are the things we remember when we think of a village life. Whenever we visited my mom in law we would get to eat a different meal altogether.She lived in a village in Kerala. And I grew up in cities. Though I was shocked to… Continue reading A slice of village life
This is amazing. I filled the application online which was an easy task and I was given a date for submitting the passport. I had gone to the passport office in Mumbai and believe me I was taken aback. The ambience is great, systematic and organized. The queue moves very fast with efficient staff at… Continue reading THE CHANGE IS AMAZING….NEW INDIA HERE WE COME!
I lost my father, whom I loved deeply just two months before my daughter’s wedding. I was devastated, but the boy’s parents didn’t wat us to postpone the wedding. Everything was arranged, the hall was booked, the caterers were paid in advance, the transport had already been paid too, the tickets were booked,… Continue reading We all need someone we can count on…
Sometimes Life hands you some amazing moments and its moments like those that make Life worth Living..Cherishing those moments that happened from the heart, brings you back on your feet during hard times. If we take things for granted , you may never know they just might be your last. Life passes by so quickly… Continue reading Life
It’s easy to sit back and only take in the things that are comfortable to us. That’s the easiest thing to do. It's okay to step outside our comfort box every now and then. That's how we grow. When we expand our comfort zone, probably we can bring a whole new world of excitement, passion,… Continue reading Step out of your comfort box
I wonder why we get carried away with the marketing strategy of Facebook to get us hooked.It's because they know that we love it when we are flattered, and every flatterer lives at the expense of the one who listens to him. If you notice they say only good things about everyone, because that will… Continue reading Social Media
I lost my father, whom I loved deeply just two months before my daughter’s wedding. I was devastated, but the boy’s parents didn’t want us to postpone the wedding. Everything had been arranged, the hall was booked a year back, the caterers, the tickets were booked, invitations were done , and so I agreed. There… Continue reading Life is a great teacher…