Tag: A to Z Challenge 2016

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#atozchallenge-Reflections

Thank God April is over and the  #a to z challenge with it . It was rather  trying to juggle posts with my daily life that seemed to be spinning out of control by the day . But  I stuck on and I am glad I did because it helped me on my blogging journey. …

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Do you need to buy a watch winder? # a to z challenge

Today is W for Watchwinder Do visit the A to Z Challenge posts on Facebook.  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ What on earth is a watch winder? Well, A watch winder is a device which holds a watch (or often more than one) and moves it in a circular patterns to emulate the necessary parts of human motion to operate …

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Why is this vase hidden in a bookshelf? #a to z challenge

Today I talk about a very ordinary vase with an extraordinary past. Do visit the A to Z Challenge posts on Facebook.  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ By now you must have figured that we are great collectors of stuff in our home : we collect souvenirs, mementos, items of value and just junk! One thing that has baffled me …

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How to avoid an upturned umbrella #atoz challenge

With the sun beating down on us and  rain clouds  gathering it is time for me to bring out my Umbrella .This is my post for the the theme ‘Things around My House’ . Do visit the A to Z Challenge posts on Facebook  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ U for Umbrella is so typically predictable and with every person …

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The perfect tea cup for the best cup of tea ever#a to z challenge

  We have a lot to thank the Chinese for – noodles, chilli chicken and of course the cup that cheers – tea. Indeed if it weren’t for Shennong, we’d all be drinking just hot water. This beverage has become so popular that it has even spawned a new meal  –  Tea Time with its …

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Are these slippers fit for a king? #atoz challenge

My husband had an uncle who wore the original Peshwa Slippers that were soft and comfortable and had long pointed toes that curled to the top. Every evening, as part of his ritual, he would shower after his long walk by the sea, get into a  crisp cotton kurta-pyjama, slip on these slippers and come …