Hopelessly in love

I was at a cafe recently and there sat a guy in the corner. His sadness was radiating that I had to notice him. He was a middle aged man. He held his mobile and tears trickled down his cheek. His coffee was cold and sandwich nearly dry. I walked past him and noticed a... Continue Reading →

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I’ll never forget you… Shania

Exchange program at Leavenworth's University of Saint Mary sounded quite exciting. I am pretty old fashioned, and towns excite me. 18 years I have lived in the hustle and bustle of cities and I really wanted a break (Damn I sound so old). They consider me a rebel and my parents seldom stop me from... Continue Reading →

Marriage a mirage?

As a child, when my family took long drives often, my favourite part was watching the mirage. It was so fascinating to me. How puddles of water just disappears as you got closer to it. Who knew that few years later my dad would burst my bubble explaining the science behind it! I grew up... Continue Reading →

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