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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 because they have faded into the...

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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 things – all at once. So...

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 style distinct from your own. Blackness....

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. When did I remove it and...

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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 can also cause extensive damage, as...

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 will be cancelled forever or taken...

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 Publisher: LiFi Publications Pvt Ltd (2015) Language: English...

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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 lineat AVIDLEARNING Understanding Sanskrit   The...

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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 during WW2 and is internationally known...

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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 now beginning to think about UMBRELLAS....

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, Google the word and see what...

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 sing  while growing up. Teatime was...

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 when you accidentally stumbled upon your...

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