Monthly Archive: April 2015

Z is for  Zebra Crossing, Zumba Dancing  and Zits 0

Z is for Zebra Crossing, Zumba Dancing and Zits

And finally all done!!!! It is rather hard to come up with a word associated with Z other than Zebra Crossing and Zumba Dancing. Zebra crossings are hard to find in my city simply...

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Yoga for exercise and also for laughter

Sticking to the challenge was  the real challenge for me – to blog every day despite my life that asks me to cut myself in a thousand different parts to do a hundred different...

No Escape 2

No Escape

Day Seventeen: Your Personality on the Page Today’s Prompt: We all have anxieties, worries, and fears. What are you scared of? Address one of your worst fears. Today’s Twist: Write this post in a...

X is for Xerox as in photocopy 0

X is for Xerox as in photocopy

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A time to lose and a time to find 2

A time to lose and a time to find

I was getting ready for bed when I realised that my wrist was bare. Didn’t I wear my purple bracelet in the morning? I was quite sure I did and wondered where It was....

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W is for Water – the sustainer of life

Just four to go! Hang in there! W is for water that quenches the thirst. W is for water that keeps you alive. Image Water is essential for every living being but strangely it...

Plus ca change plus ca change pas 3

Plus ca change plus ca change pas

Day Fifteen: Your Voice Will Find You Today’s Prompt: Think about an event you’ve attended and loved. Your hometown’s annual fair. That life-changing music festival. A conference that shifted your worldview. Imagine you’re told it...

From Where I See – A very personal viewpoint 0

From Where I See – A very personal viewpoint

According to the blurb, Ajay Yadav a practicing Anesthetist, Intensivist and Pain Specialist whose text book of Anesthesia  is widely used  among undergraduate medical students in India, Africa and South East Asia.  Paperback: 403 pages...

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Avid Learning | Distance learning

Most things in life are discovered by accident. A friend sent me an invitation to an event by AVID LEARNING and I found this as well. I may learn Sanskrit next month. It’s on...

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V for Victory

Somehow V for VICTORY seems a natural association. This commonly recognised sign of victory has been known to denote victory since ancient times if the Wikipedia article is to be believed. It became popular...

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U is for Umbrella

English: An orange cloth umbrella. Français : Une ombrelle en tissu orange. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) With the days getting hotter by the minute and thoughts of rain completely inundating my brain, I am also...

Dear Maniben 2

Dear Maniben

Today’s Prompt: Pick up the nearest book and flip to page 29. What’s the first word that jumps off the page? Use this word as your springboard for inspiration. If you need a boost,...

Tea for Two and two for tea 0

Tea for Two and two for tea

So finally the writer’s block seems to have got unblocked and today’s letter easily inspired  an association: T is for Tea and as usual it started an earworm that I often heard my father...

Lost and Found 2

Lost and Found

Day Thirteen: Serially Found On day four, you wrote a post about losing something. Today’s Prompt: write about finding something. Tell us about the time you retrieved your favorite t-shirt from your ex. Or...

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