An Evening Stroll

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

Light At The End of The Road

This post has been published by me as a part of Blog-a-Ton 55; the fifty-fifth edition of the online marathon of Bloggers; where we decide and we write. In association with ​Rashmi Kumar, the author of Hooked, Lined and Single and Jyoti Arora, the author of Lemon Girl.    The rain pelted the aluminium sheet … Read more

The Egg or The Hen

“Etta, what came first, the egg or the hen?” “I don’t know. Go ask daddy. You and your weird questions!” “Daddyyyyy” “Not now Esther. Daddy is busy.” When he saw how his daughter’s face fell, he pulled her into his lap, “What’s it kiddo?” “Daddy, the hen or the egg?” “The egg came into existence … Read more

The Experiment

Christmas was always their favorite festival. The dad-daughter duo decked up their whole house like it was a wedding. This time little Lia insisted on putting up the lights herself, she’d just turned 22 after all. Dad, very fathery was paranoid about his daughter dying from shock. When she thought she was done, she sent … Read more

The Beach

There is something magical about the whole scene that unfolds at the beach.

New House Old House

They were all set to move into their new apartment, with the boxes sealed and the bags packed.  There was nothing wrong with the house as such, lovely neighbours; perfect ambience for children and very ideally located in the city close to all the amenities a normal family of three would require. Trouble started brewing … Read more

My Earliest Memory

  Did you read Meena’s post on her earliest memory? Being the notoriously impish person she is, she surely would have interestingly spicy tales to share with us. When we (we as in a group of blogger friends) were discussing about sharing our earliest memory on our blogs, I assumed I could whip up posts … Read more

Tingling Memories, Wafting Fragrances

  As twilight approaches, signaling a new dawn a couple of hours away, a new day filled with new dreams, new life and new hopes, new things to be achieved and newer relationships to be nurtured, I can’t help but feel an ache in my heart. Some of you know that my big day is … Read more

Continue The Story

  Two writers Patrick and Varsha began their own tales in two different corners of the blogiverse. Wonderful Corinne, prompted us over at WriteTribe  to continue the story from where they left us. I couldn’t pick between the stories and decided to combine both. Do let me know what you think :)  *** “Jose, are … Read more

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