Category: Musings

October Ketchup With Me

October Ketchup? What does that even mean? Read along to find out. Are you familiar with this feeling where you realize what it is that you want to do with your life? I’m in that state of euphoria where I’ve figured out exactly what my goals are and should be. …

Gratitude: July & I

July was a blur. I knew I had to do so many things; my to-do list was overflowing, the planner was jampacked and yet these saw more red crosses than in the last six months put together. For the most part of the month, the soldier was out on duty …

Gratitude, May and I

May was a supergood month and I cannot be any more grateful for it. If you ask me to list out the things that made me happy, I may not be able to do it. But still, I am going to try. There was no exotic vacation or long drives. …

Pay a Compliment Today #FridayReflections

“If you meet someone and they strike you as beautiful in any way, why not let them know?” – Jill Scott We live in a narrow-minded world. Hop onto a metro, you’ll find people plugged into their phones. Sit down for a cup of coffee, they are glued to their …

The May Edition

May is here and Oh. My. God! How did the last four months go by so fast? Let’s be honest. I had so many plans laid out for the year and as always, everything took a back step. But something made me really sad and that was FAILING the A …

So Close Yet So Far Away #FridayReflections

A beautiful sunset and the beginning of a cold night. I see you everywhere; in places, people and things. Like that time when I heard a song and it reminded me of you. It took me back to the night when we stood outside and kissed under the moonlight. The magic of …

Word of the Year & In the Moment in 2018

2018 is here and I can’t be any more excited. Last year was splendid for me. You can read my Gratitude 2017 post where I looked back and wrote about all of my favorite moments of the year. It’s now time to look forward to what this year has in …

Be a Santa Everyday #UnwrapChristmas

When I hear ‘Christmas’, I think of my Mom. Because you know why? It’s her birthday too. Needless to say, Christmas becomes even more special to us and we always celebrate in pomp and splendor. We always got together at my Dad’s home where all my cousins, aunts and uncles …

And Sing,”I’ll be there for you”

It was a lazy Sunday morning when I was woken up by a kiss planted on my forehead and to the aroma of freshly baked eggs and bread. I snuggled close to my husband as he smiled. We walked to the porch, settled down on the garden swing- me with …