The following work of Flash Fiction is in collaboration with my fellow blogger friend Jithin of Photrablogger. The picture above is his creative photography which inspired this series of fiction writing. Do check out his blog to read about his adventures while travelling and some lovely photographs. Character List Rebecca: Protagonist (Main Character) Samantha: Rebecca’s… Continue reading The Enchanting Light -Flash Fiction- Part 8
Gurudwara Nada Sahib, Panchkula. Posted in Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge
I silently passed the much creased and almost torn sheet of paper to my sister. She opened it, with a questioning glance at my face. As she read the fading scribbles, an incredulous look took over. “You managed to hold on to this for so long?” “Isn’t it a good thing I did? It does… Continue reading What came before…
My favourite bush, that I pass by twice daily on the way to my child’s school. It provides a welcome relief to the washer women who wash clothes at the nearby fresh water supply and fill cans of water to take with them for they have no water connection at their homes.
For the past couple of days I have been checking my WordPress stats eagerly the first thing in the morning. This is to help decide what to eat during the day. Confused? I decided a month back that the day I get 100 followers on my blog, I would celebrate- by treating myself to some… Continue reading Celebratory Chop Suey
Coffee drinkers, unite! Unfortunately, I cannot heed that call for I have given up drinking coffee. A hard core drinker (of coffee, what else?), I embarked on this journey eight years ago when I had my first child. All through pregnancy and breastfeeding, I was exhorted to drink milk. I could not tolerate much of… Continue reading No Coffee=Groggy
This a photograph I took on Diwali- the Indian Festival of Lights.
Three different kinds of twinkle can be seen in the picture. In the background is the twinkle of lights from the houses on the hill slopes. There are my ‘divas’- traditional earthern lamps in the balcony and on the floor is the light seen from ‘chakri’-one of the crackers burst by children and adults alike on this day.
Posted in response to the Weekly Photo Challenge.