Hold my hand darling, please don’t leave it. Yes dad, I will not leave you and run away, don’t worry. I taunt him and we laugh. It is difficult these days to say anything. Words have to be chosen carefully, for some hurt him and some bring tears to my eyes. Both of us try … Read more
I overheard the below conversation when I was in the reading room, minding my own business. Until that day, I was not aware of the woes of the washing machine.
Break some rules, you will be fine. We all have had tough times growing up, how we deal with it makes a big difference. This post first appeared on Ishithaa
Megha has a secret admirer who knows just the thing to do to make poor Megha nervous. What happens when she sees all those notes? Who is he? #Ishithaa
writingwednesdays Once upon a time, there lived six blind men in a village. One day the villagers told them, “Hey, there is an elephant in the village today.” They had no idea what an elephant is. They decided, “Even though we would not be able to see it, let us go and feel it … Read more
There are a lot of fun online quizzes that are a big hit on social media of late. They are addictive and take you on an unending journey from one topic to another. You get to know your best friends, the people who want to stab you from behind, your name if you were born … Read more
We all want to be able to make big changes in others’ lives, impact them positively. But we often refrain because, what can one person do. Right? Well, not really. The ocean is made up of billions of small drops of water. I discovered Change.org quite a few years back and since then, have been … Read more
New Bookshelf, Renewed Monsoon incorporates two things I love. Books and Monsoon. This is also Ishithaa’s entry to MondayMusings and June GratitudeCircle.
Can’t you see me, making all this noise Banging on your window, flailing my arms Is it so difficult or have you gone so far Am I just a shadow, a figment of your dreams What about those dreams, together we wove Remnants of that fabric still in my closet True I was a coward, … Read more