Dear Thatha (a tamil word meaning grandfather), One of my earliest memories of you is how you used to tell me stories to put me to sleep at 1 am when my parents were too tired to deal with me.
When I was about 16 or 17, someone at church told my parents that their neighbours were giving away their dog (for free), because he was being too loud. My mom and dad aren’t big fans of pets or animals,
I started dating in my mid-teens. I made several silly choices which led me to experience physical and emotional relationships waaay before my time. I have a past which is dicey and even as I write this, I am scared
I hate confrontation. I remember when I was a teenager, being confronted by my dad or mom meant awkward conversations which would end in me trying to defend myself and failing at it. Even today, I hate being confronted. The
The day he asked me out, on 16th August 2012, he quoted these words to me, “Wanna pack your bags, something small Take what you need and we disappear Without a trace we’ll be gone, gone The moon and the
What do you want for Christmas? This year, all I want for Christmas is my mom’s home cooked food. But that’s just a surface level desire. I want to have a child, and some of you who know me or
For my last birthday, my husband gifted me a trip to New York. Our trip was planned in less than a month (right from applying for the visa to making Airbnb bookings), but it turned out to be one of
I moved to Bombay (Mumbai) in 2013. On the last Sunday I spent in Delhi before moving we sang a song which remains close to my heart – “Whom Shall I Fear” by Chris Tomlin. The words that struck by