1 and 1 and 1 is 3

That’s us right now, Mi. We still say ‘the four of us’…Just got back from school. Vidur has Hindi exam today. He did his Social Studies exam well, he said, on Monday. On Monday ~ I went to the hospital to collect the summary. I met Dr Leena, the one...

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Remember The Time

Happy Women’s Day! Vidur’s exams began today Mi. And we were recalling how you would have smooched him luck. Poor chap is still feeling under the weather. He woke up cheerfully enough but looked as though he was wilting. Well, I dropped him right up to his class at school....

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A Milestone

I just finished my coffee and it is pleasantly sloshing around inside, exactly where it should be. Yesterday was a bit of a worry-filled day with Vitlibee developing a tummy ache. Even when I dropped him at school he didn’t look his usual self. But it was a half day...

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Where does the time go?

Yesterday – again – was a full morning with us wanting to go through all the albums with photos – and we also wanted to listen to those naadi joshiyam tapes. So in a sense, rather than writing here, I was actually looking at you all morning! 🙂 and it...

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Just A Regular Update.

“Diary writing is far more than a way of exorcising one’s unhappiness. The effect is extraordinary. Distanced on paper, troubles shrink to their true size. You can regard them objectively and see how temporary they are….Devi” Wow. Just like you to write something like that! I continued to search for...

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Who needs a love like that?

I am imagining you sitting back with that nice smile you have – the i am-pondering-over-what-you-said–and-amazed-how-people-can-be-like-this. But you – of course- never wanted to believe or think ill of anyone. I tell you – Mi – I never want to be like that. You won’t believe the kind of shit...

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Countdown begins…

Vidur’s exams are from March 8 – and Mi, he made a plan for three days of study – as today, tomorrow and Monday are off. It is Id-Milaad today, tomorrow’s Sunday and Monday is Holi. Do you remember how, in 1980, on Holi, we didn’t open the door at...

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