Life Is Too Short To…

life is too short to

Mi, the past few days have been like a roller-coaster. And the closer I get to my birthday (yeah yeah, your little girl will be one year closer to older). And definitely wiser. Because Life is too short not to recognize how awesome I am. Yes, I am working on...

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Light

The sun seems to be shining again, Mi, albeit weakly. This morning I got the computer fixed. I didn’t worry about data. I figured we’d have or retrieve what we needed. Funny how death and related grief give us such a different perspective on life. Our priorities shift. The things...

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One More Goodbye

I think we’re God’s favorite family right now. First, we got news of Aunt passing away unexpectedly. Then I’ve been sick as a dog. Some people would jokingly suggest the feminine gender of that little word. Ha. Now today, I was shocked to hear that V’s son committed suicide. Depression....

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Stumbling Along

Sury has left for Mumbai today, Mi, and will be back on Tuesday – 16th. He was undecided whether to go because of Vidur’s neck pain – suddenly he developed a severe pain the day before yesterday. Turns out his heavy school bag is the culprit. Imagine. So now we...

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A Sad Farewell

You won’t believe this Mi, Lakshmi athai passed away. Heart attack. So sad, no? We are shocked. I feel a bit guilty about not talking to her over the past month – but then we’ve been running around so much and I was actually thinking we’d surprise her with a...

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Down But Not Out. Yet.

Oh, lordy lord, Mi. I miss you so much today. I desperately need some cuddling! I feel like a used rag that can no longer be washed and reused. Ugh. That cat is going to think twice before picking me up…and decide to ditch me! I started the diet –...

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No free lunches

Did I tell you I took the RISC test when I was at the writers convention last week? This is a complex yet non-invasive test that comprehensively investigates 30 vital cardio-metabolic health indicators. It helps determine if a patient is at risk of developing diabetes and if a patient is...

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