Jiju Meditating Jiju, my great grandmother passed away yesterday afternoon. Mama called from Australia saying he couldn’t get hold of my mother so called me instead. I was in a program and it took me a while to digest this news. Of course, we were expecting it, but hearing the news resurfaced bitter feelings I… Read More The One Who Lived to the Fullest
It was startling to find that one of my colleagues has obtained so many degrees while working! He has had a degree in business administration, law and now he is also pursuing International Relationship. I wonder how people manage time! I remember some weeks ago, a friend asked me my secrets of time management. She… Read More Ramblings
Few weeks back, one fine morning, I was preparing for my tests. To freshen up, I went to kitchen to get some green tea. On the way, I could hear voices from my granny’s room. As I peered through the door, there was granny, a solitary figure- listening to the radio, making mats from the… Read More As Busy as a Bee
And so this year’s Mother’s day too will pass by, without buying any gifts for her. I vividly remember how I used to gift hand-made cards for my parents on their birthdays, mother’s day, father’s day, Dashain & Tihar (even X-mas) . Back in those days, eager to please mom, we’d buy bangles, tika and… Read More The gift of Life- Happy Mothers Day!!
Sisters are one of the greatest blessing one could ever have always. You get identical clothes from your relatives. I was gifted a blue polo shirt by my aunt (who very conveniently forgot how fashionable we were and bought us lame shirts, not that I am ungrateful or anything. But we’d love to have some… Read More Sister Act
The other day I watched an Indian film “English Vinglish” starring Shree Devi. It was about an Indian woman who has low self esteem because of her poor English skills. She is a housewife who has a small catering business. Her husband occasionally mocks her about her cooking. Her children laugh at her for her… Read More Teaching Mom How To Blog