Dealing with a loss of a loved one – Father

The truth is:

You never get over it,
You learn to deal with it.

You don’t move on one fine day,
You learn to accept it over the years.

There are ‘good days’ and there are those days when you ‘walk through the pain’ once again.

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How cheesy can you get France ?

The French cuisine is something I discovered recently. It has so much more offer, other than the crepe’s and creme brulees. So let’s start with the basics – French love their Pain, Fromage et Vin (bread, cheese & wine) and incidentally I love them too. First nourriture (food) I discovered in France was the Baguette, when I boarded my metro for my house, most of the fellow passengers were either munching on their long sandwich looking bread or carried lots of them in their bags. A common site in France. I can keep writing about food but I shall stick to what i’m here for now.

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Being a “Perfect” Indian Bride

This post comes as I complete one year into my wedlock! Wohooo… 1 Year. That sounds like a milestone. It also completes exactly two years since we met. This would also be the most personal post till now

I wanted to be a bride ever since I was 10. Being one of the youngest girls in the family, I had witnessed many wedding’s right from the time I was 4 and oh yes! I had danced out my heart in each one of them. I always saw brides being pampered irrespective of the fact they were going from the family or entering a new family. I never understood why? but I was always fascinated by the idea of getting dressed up and being the center of attraction — Like a Queen of your upcoming King!

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The Indian Bride

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