Adieu April #GratitudeCircle

Adieu April #GratitudeCircle

April always is the most eventful month of all. This is the time that the children finish their exams, get to see their papers and we travel to Lucknow. This year we also changed houses (in the same city though). We hadn’t shifted in a decade so it was a huge step. The amount of …

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Do you have five minutes?

Do you have five minutes?

I’d been lying awake for a while, waiting for the alarm to ring. When it did, I gave it a five minute snooze. And I slept off. Till I was awakened with a start by the second alarm. That five-minute nap seems so much longer because it is the deepest most peaceful of all. Another …

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It’s exam time. Again.

It’s exam time. Again.

If you’re a somewhat regular reader here you’ll know that exams have a way of bringing out the creative side of H and N. They suddenly remember all their half-done or thought-of-but-never-done projects which must be launched/completed right away. Case in point: Last year N wrote a 5000 word story during her exams. Here’s what …

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An Attitude for Gratitude #GratitudeCircle

An Attitude for Gratitude #GratitudeCircle

Technically April is the exam month but actually it’s March that’s the toughest one because anticipation is always worse/better than the real thing. Right? 

All of March we’re making timetables, failing to stick with them (because daily school assignments are still coming in), constantly remaking, readjusting and generally struggling to get through the portion. However …

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On my other blog: Beat About The Book

Everything I never told you #BookReview

Everything I never told you #BookReview

Book: Everything I Never Told YouAuthor: Celeste Ng ‘Lydia is dead’ says the opening line of this book. However don’t go into it thinking it to be a thriller and you’ll love it. This is the story of… …a mixed race couple, Marilyn and James Lee, and their children Lydia, Nathan and Hannah. Lydia is […]