Book Name: Traces and Memoirs: Stories of You and Me Author: Chinmayee Gayatree Sahu Genre: Fiction Format: Paperback/Kindle Language: English Book Blurb We feel, we emote, we react & we respond to events that happen to us. And we all do it in different ways! But one thing is common, that is, we all go […]
A day in my toddler’s life!
Toddlers are the hyperactive creatures who have energy to last a 48 hours in a 24 hours day. With online school beginning and my son transitioning from a play group to formal schooling, his days are interesting. The day begins with the “Mother Me” trying to wake up my toddler for nth times and him […]
Are you healthy?
When you hear the word healthy, what comes first to your mind? Often we are only reminded of physical health. Are we in any physical pain or discomfort? What about our mental health? A person who looks heathy to you might be undergoing struggles of his own and not speak up. Last two months have […]
A Ray of Hope!
What a day it had been for Ananth! Endless appointment, one after the another and he could not even catch his breath. He cannot remember when he had got a good night’s sleep last time. Did he even go home this week? He has been on his shift for 32 hours without shutting his eyes […]
You and Me!
“Don’t you think I have been neglected long enough! I have given you time and space. You should come back to me now!” I can almost imagine my blog saying this to me. And, this time I am not doing it on purpose. Things just happened! Work, second time motherhood, a toddler who started his […]
‘Steven’s Bar’ has always been popular amongst people working in downtown Chicago. Have you tried the Raspberry Martini? Its a popular choice with the regulars. The sweet berry taste & the zing of lemon complement each other. Or do you like Champagne, then you would love the Kir Royale. It French cocktail made with Creme […]
Easy-peasy, Lemon squeezy!
It has never been difficult for me to get what I want. People seldom say no to me. If you ask me how it happens, then there is no definite answer. First time I had noticed it was when I was in kindergarten. During the busy lunch hour, I wanted to play on the swing […]