Uncannily, she could feel things were spiraling out of control. Downward. She could hear a million voices inside her head, talking all at once. No, they were only four or five- family, relatives, friends, coworkers. But they said things all at once and they went on and on. Sometimes, one or two stopped but they… Continue reading The Downward Spiral
Juxtaposition of old and new. This intricately carved door is meant to beautify a small temple. A new roof is being built in the style of the local architecture and a bigger hall has been constructed. The frames just beckoned to be captured.
Posted in response to Trablogger’s Mundane Monday Challenge # 12.
Today, as I lay down for my nap, I let my mind drift before sleep overcame my senses. The chores, the pleasant talks and the unpleasant danced around in my head and then I saw clearly a vision. I saw dad lowering himself on a jute bed, his head finally resting on a beige inflatable… Continue reading The Inflatable Pillow
I make a beeline for my morning cups early. To water the little plants I have in my old, chipped cups. I could not throw them, so I made them planters.
Posted in response to Photrablogger’s Mundane Monday Challenge.
The challenge encourages you to find beauty in everyday, mundane things. It has certainly made me slow down and appreciate the world around me.
To participate, hop over to his wonderful travel blog.
Admittedly, the In-Between moments are sometimes even better than the goal. Enjoy the journey, as you make your way to your destination!
I like to savour the path, its mysteries and its beauty. Here are some of the photos I clicked on my way to here and there.
Posted in response to Weekly Photo Challenge