First Sunday of August is Sister’s Day. I have written a lot about my baby sister over the years and they have all been about our childhood and the love we shared. But this post is about a rough space our relationship traversed through during Covid-19. It took a while for us to wrap our heads around the changes my sister had gone through. While the Coronavirus Pandemic stretched on and on, we went through a roller-coaster ride of quarrels, emotions, conversation and growth and here are five things I am realizing now that I learnt from her:
An Open Letter to My Cousin for all our dreams that didn’t manifest, to work again our relationship and make those dreams come true.
It was my Birthday yesterday. A very important one as I am stepping into the last bit of my twenties. Before I get into the
A couple of years back, my sister and I had decided to celebrate Mom’s birthday with lots of gifts and surprises. One thing we had
Here is the most heart warming gift you could give your loved ones. A Jar full of everything nice to last a lifetime!
Let me begin with this: I feel like I have found treasure near my house. Having been a part of a Facebook group ‘Eat Kochi
December 1, 2016 – Amma & I had gone to broadway for some shopping. Since the weather was chilly and it was drizzling, I didn’t
I have been blogging for many years now. All the while, this space was filled with my ideas and words. Today, for a change, we
On some days, the moment I enter the gate of our apartments the aroma of food wafts in. Especially if it is lunch time. I
“Whom do you like the most? Your father or your mother?” This was (and is I guess) a cliched question people asked children. When