That Day After Everyday

Sad, disturbing and powerful watch this.


My new happy place

Was feeling a bit down last night, but then I came across this. OMG, so so funny! Could not stop giggling. Who are these parents? I want them to text me.  Love it!


When I was young everytime I would say I was bored my dad would get so annoyed. He’d be all like, ‘Read, go for a walk, learn something new.’ Well today I am so fucking bored I could cry. And I have been bored for days, maybe months. Which scares me. I need a purpose.

I am back

It has been awhile and it is not like I have been too busy to write here either. Bangalore was great, felt like a kid on vacation. Was pampered by the grandparents, shopped with the mother and ate way too much. Spent hours just lazing about, reading and chatting with the family. My grandmother has a secret garden on her terrace and I found myself enchanted by it. I would water the plants, sit there with a book and was the first one to see the water lily bloom. Was quite magical. 

My mother-in-law and aunt-in-law spent a couple of nights with us in Bangalore and it was rather nice. They are very laid-back and no-fuss people and we spent a good amount of time together gossiping and eating as usual. I was a bit sad to come back to Hyderabad, I miss that feeling of being surrounded by family. Also, I realised my gparents are becoming old and I don’t know how much more of these sort of visits I will have with them. I truly treasured this visit though.

I came back to Hyderabad bearing sambar powder, new clothes and some pretty jewellery. It was a good trip, only slightly clouded by a general medical check-up which had me undergo a whole bunch of tests etc. The last week in Hyderabad has been meeting doctors, going for a scan and hopefully meeting another doctor in the next couple of days who can make a proper diagnosis. Still don’t have a clear answer to what the medical problem is and what the next step is, so will leave it at that. 


Off to the city where I was born tomorrow, Bangalore. One of my favourite places in the world, where I spent numerous summers, where my grandparents live and my mum as well. Spending a week there, looking forward to the yummy food, the club and being around family.

Will miss the husband, but as they say, ‘absence makes the heart grow fonder’.