Incredibly, amazingly, wonderfully fantastic news – they’re hard to come by, aren’t they? So how do you react when you get scores of them in your Inbox frequently? Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious-ly, of course!
Dressed in an elegant peacock-blue salwar suit, the girl stood with her palms folded, her head bowed in reverence to her favourite deity. As she gently said the prayer that she knew so well, her kohl lined eyelashes fluttered rhythmically with each murmur. She was in her mid twenties and had recently secured her dream job. Life was good and she lived in the hope that it could only get better.
I’ve often heard people say that “Parenting is the toughest job in the world”. And now that I’m a parent, I agree. The hours are weird, your employer has crazy demands and despite having a hot teammate, you’d find yourself wanting some “you-time”. Add to the fact, that if you are a full-time parent to […]
A birthday gift-post – an interesting piece of short fiction – by two uber-talented writers (and good friends) – Hema Anavatti and Jaibala Rao.