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​Developing a routine!

Consider a day, any day in your life. You plan your day in advance so that it can go smoothly and if anything unexpected comes along you usually have the ability to deal with it. For example, on an ordinary … Continue reading

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Bridging the gap!

People have different reasons to log online to the World Wide Web but what I believe to be the beauty of the internet is the ease with which you can connect with just anyone around the globe based on shared interest and whip up a strong bond of friendship with people from different regions and ethnicities. Continue reading

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NT vs SN hospital encounter!

  Those who have been following my blog since the beginning of its existence must be used to my posts about hospital visits. To them this should not come as a surprise that this very post too is about an … Continue reading

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The journey through the therapies!

Just the other day we were invited over for dinner at my parents, there were other guests too. Since Y is in the habit of getting over excited at seeing other people, her best activity is to sit everyone down … Continue reading

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The unsung hero!

“A good father is one of the most unsung, upraised, unnoticed, and yet one of the most valuable assests in our society.”                                                    – Bill Graham Whenever we think about unconditional love, our mothers come to our minds. So much … Continue reading

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From a daughter to a mother!

We live in a society which is highly opinionated about every single thing. A day not spent in passing judgement about someone else’s personal life seems like a day ill spent. The most vulnerable prey to this mindset is a … Continue reading

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