It is said that death is the ultimate reality of life but ‘reality’ in which sense I wonder? The reality that it’s what I will end up by, that it will be the end of my journey, that my time here is limited or reality in a sense that I will have to loose each and every relation in my life, that each person around … Continue reading Life, Death And All That Lies In Between….
It was summer time, a time when Ammamma visited Radhika’s place for a whole month. Having her around was a blessing for Radhika and Gautam as Ammamma handled their six year old Ganesh with complete ease and it was delightful and satisfying to watch the grandmother- grandson duo weave their precious memories for life together. On Monday morning as Radhika was busy finishing her chores … Continue reading The Packet Of Broken Biscuits
There was a weird energy in the house today. A sad gloomy one. As a part of the daily routine from the past two years, my daughter in law Sneha measured my BP but panicked as the reading repeatedly reflected as ‘error’. Something like this had never happened before. Dreading for the worst she called the doctor who confirmed that my time here is up, … Continue reading The little girl inside me
“Papa, papa mujhe gaadi me ghuma jana hai!!!” (Papa I want to go for a drive), said a super excited and energetic four year old Lucy while hugging his father who had just stepped into the house. It had been a long day for him at work but Lucy’s energetic and happy smile always charged Richard up. So keeping his bag aside and changing his … Continue reading Papa Ka Saya Hi Kaafi Hai
“Mummy aap Papa ko jaanu bulaate the??”, saying so Rahul, Seema’s 14 year old son started giggling. Her instant reaction at first was of denial which quickly turned into embarrassment making her cheeks turn red as she saw Rahul holding the greeting cards and letters which she used to send to her then ‘to be husband’ Vikrant during their courtship period. “Oh ho ho… miss … Continue reading Dil toh baccha hai ji….