On this international women’s day I would like to wish all the lovely ladies out there a very happy women’s day. It’s this one day where everyone will praise you for everything you are and everything you so selflessly do and all the love you shower upon them. One day for treating you like equals.
Awwww, so cuteee! Come here you cuddly bear! I love you soooooo much! I love you to the moon and back! I love you more. No! I love you more! Sounds familiar? Well, I’m sure everyone has said one of these things if not all. Being in love has its sweet little moments. Sweet nothings you say to the other. Whisper those magical words softly in their ears. Blush and turn into a plum! Gosh these things are innumerable!
I live in a country where people hate the Westerners for discriminating us on he basis of skin colour and calling us dark. Accusing them of racism and what not. But my lovelies, what are we doing here? How are we different from them? Infact, we do it a lot worse than them.
The first week of a brand new year slid by. Resolutions made, resolutions broken already. Promises made, trying hard to keep. Now tell me, how many of… Read more “Forgive”
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I have my girl gang. We call it the Crazy Girl Gang. The name does justice to it, like quite literally. Setting some serious friendship goals for the last two years and making hundreds jealous.
Majority of the non-Indians believe that we Indians have arranged marriages. Also, many Indians just give in to this belief because they don’t want to break the norms. It’s easier to follow than to be separated from the herd isn’t it?
Today I want to address the parents here.. the mother Indias and the society conscious fathers. No I am not lashing out or venting here or spitting my venomous thoughts. Just ask. What is more important to you? Your child’s happiness or “log kya kahenge”?
Remember the time when you were a kid and broke your favourite toy? Your parents got you the same one again but you never stopped crying about it? The time when you had to switch schools because your parents were posted in a different city? You cried and pleaded for letting you complete the term but they didn’t listen..