Monthly Archive: September 2019

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This Palm tree standing tall caught my eye because it was standing tall. Don’t palms always stand tall ? Well according to Nergish ( May God rest her soul) peevishly pointed out to the...

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3 reasons to be vegetarian: #ThursdayPotLuck- 4

There are times in your life when it is safer to be vegetarian

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Chowpatty at night #WordlessWednesday

Eating out on Chowpatty is a quintessential  Mumbai experience. When we were little we loved going there and having a patta of sookhi bhel . While we kids munched on the crunch puffed rice,...

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Alzheimers is no laughing matter

What is Alzheimers ? As friends in their early 60s we often have difficulty in remembering names. We know exactly what we are referring to when we are reminiscing but can’t seem to remember...

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3 Foodie-friendly places in the US #ThursdayPotLuck -3

With my third edition of #ThursdayPotLuck, I bring you a special guest post by Luke Clifton. The importance of knowing foodie-friendly places Now dining out in another country can be daunting. People who are unaware...

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Great Balls of Sweetness #WordlessWednesday

I was amazed at the size of these boondi laddoos hanging from a street shop

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‘Help’less and Happy #MondayMusings

Helpless without help? After three weeks of being almost completely ‘help’less, my home finally returned to normal this week. My regular cook returned the middle of the week but there was no sign of...

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Farewell Ganesha #ThursdayTreeLove

A tree lined road that has seen a million Ganeshas passby as the people bit farewell to Lord Ganesha

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Lilies in the Garden #WordlessWednesday

As per my knowledge, these lilies bloom at Easter time and are called Easter Lilies. But Easter is a long way away,so I was quite surprised to see them today. What is more amazing...

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Come September #GratitudeCircle

‘Come September ‘was popular tune played at Parsi Navjotes and weddings in the 60’s. It was also a favourite with Nankhatai bands that played it with gusto while the Bandmaster waved his baton and...

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