19-01-2021 Yesterday morning we attended the house warming ceremony of a neighbour. According to our custom, people consult their priest and at an auspicious moment the family members enter the house for the first time. We attended that and we were the only people with masks on!! We stayed for half an hour and came… Continue reading Everyday Moments ( # SOL-2021)
Glint of cold anger And frost in the supressed voice Waiting to explode.
Your prompt for #JusJoJan and Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “first thing.” Start your post with the words, “first thing” and go from there. Bonus points if you end your post with the last thing. Have fun! ‘First things first’ I tell myself as I go about my morning routine. I like to finish them… Continue reading #SoCS 2021 Daily Prompt – Jan. 16th
13-01-2021 Last week, we had a shock of our lives. On the 6th evening we went to the temple park for our evening walk, we saw dark clouds and were wondering about it. At night it started drizzling and then it was pouring, with thunder and lightning. We don’t remember it ever raining in January.… Continue reading Everyday Moments (#SOL- 2021 )
Learning to enjoy Simple joys of daily life Release most tensions.
Your prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “sky’s the limit.” Write about something that has or seems to have no end. Enjoy! I am reading a fascinating book, The Book of Indian Essays; Two hundred years of English Prose edited by Arvind Krishna Mehrotra. Today’s prompt reminded me of an essay by Sara Rai,… Continue reading #SoCS Jan 9th-2021
5-01-2021 Today is my husband’s birthday, he is 69. We were married in 1982 and it has been a good journey together. I made green gram dal ‘payasa’. It is a sweet porridge and we all like it. Aravinda got a beautiful bouquet for his father. In the evening we went to the temple. It… Continue reading EVERYDAY MOMENTS (#SOL-2021)
Your prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “in the corner.” Write about whatever the image or thought of “in the corner” brings to mind. Have fun! 2-1-2021 I usually associate the words ‘in the corner’ with squares, rectangles and other such figures which have corners. But when we think about desires or wishes deep… Continue reading #SoCS-Jan. 2nd
Caterpillars boundFrom cacoons came butterfliesswaying gracefully.