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Showing posts from May, 2020

Rhea | #ThursdayTreeLove - 17

Bangalore - September 2019 Remember those days when we could just plan something random and step out to do it? I took this picture when I went to attend a bread baking class with a friend. It was an impromptu decision and one of the best ones we've made as we learnt the art of baking bread with ease. We waited outside the venue for a while as we reached early. I spotted this tree then and snapped it. There is nothing special about this tree. It just comes with a happy memory and reminds me of the simpler times.

Window | #WordlessWednesday - 21

Pondicherry - August 2019 When one door closes, another window opens. ~ Julie Andrews

Humor | #WordlessWednesday - 20

Mario Miranda Gallery, Goa - October 2019 Humor can make a serious difference. In the workplace, at home, in all areas of life - looking for a reason to laugh is necessary. A sense of humor helps us to get through the dull times, cope with the difficult times, enjoy the good times and manage the scary times. ~ Steve Goodier

Action Replay + Gratitude List: April 2020

Image Source Are we all used to the new normal yet? I'm slowly getting there and have made my peace with it now. There are some things that you cannot control in life. You just need to let it take its course and pass. Sub-consciously we carry a mask everywhere we go now. We sanitize frequently when we're out of home and wash up thoroughly when we get back. We hardly go out though. We only leave the house to buy essentials and meet my in-laws who live close by. Apart from that, we stay put. Both of us are now used to being at home while we were never homebodies earlier. But, it is important to understand the situation, accept it and adhere to it. Even after being together for close to a decade now, we have a lot to talk! These conversations keep us going, lock down or not.