the way kids go about getting to know someone they’ve just met, or someone they don’t know too well is by asking them a lot of questions. adults do the same thing but the questions are less intrusive. adults tend to show a little restraint, although there are exceptions. adults, i think, are just as … Continue reading Where are you from? Otherwise asked as, what is your native?
Is it taste that's important each time we savor our favorite dishes? What do we look for in every bite? Is it the right concoction of spices and meat or vegetables? Should it be cooked and served in traditional vessels? Is it the texture and the color? Or is there something more? I have come … Continue reading Comfort Food
On my way to work I walk by a garage, or maybe it some kind of a storage. But it is huge, has one of those metal fences and seems like an important place. For the last couple of days I noticed that there is a black glove lying inside garage, on the other side of … Continue reading Day 5 – On Enid Blyton
When I recollect my childhood days, I remember a time when Internet had not yet taken over everything around me. Weekend meant spending time in my room, at the desk reading, writing and dreaming. I made lists, I made art and I weaved stories in my head. I played board games, played outside, visited parks … Continue reading So much to do, So little time
I was six I needed a bedtime story every day. Stories of crows and sparrows Kings and queens Dynasties Right and wrong. I went to sleep My imagination running wild Dreaming of another world Another kingdom With wonder in my eyes. Will you read me a story tonight?