This is my take on ‘Alone Together ‘ this week’s prompt on #FridayReflections hosted by Corinne and Sanch at EverydayGyaan. Now we are alone together Here we are alone together Sitting holding hands in the twilight of our lives. Once upon a time we were together but never really alone : we had our parents,… Read More Alone together #FridayReflections
Another 3 am alarm wakes me from a half sleep. I’m getting to be quite good at this. Waking up at unearthly hours to catch the first flight to somewhere. Gingerly getting out of bed, I make my way to the bathroom, going through my now familiar ‘getting ready to fly ‘routine . 10 minutes… Read More Past fast-forward ? #HalfGirlfriend
At the end of every year TIME Magazine puts the photo of most influential person of that year on its cover. For many years it was the MAN OF THE YEAR till it became more appropriate to be gender non-specific and the title was changed to PERSON OF THE YEAR. I normally look forward to… Read More Who am I to judge?
Ever since I’ve become a grandmother, I’ve been having a lot of pee and poo on my mind. It is no wonder then that the first word that comes to mind when I think of the letter G is my grandson. The little fellow has been around for just a week over two years now and… Read More G is for grandchildren and grandparents
My parents live in Pune which is only 120 km and 3 hours away from Mumbai yet it often is as long as three months before I see them. Every year I start out with the intention of visiting them at least once a month but then like all New Year Resolutions, this falls between… Read More Are mothers our greatest critics?