There, I Said it – A Confession

*This is the first of a series of confessions I will be making on my blog (whenever I muster the courage). I am already too heavy without my innermost thoughts weighing me further down so I decided to shed some… Continue Reading

Miserable Separation and the Sweet Re-union

My husband and I shamelessly and hopelessly miss each other whenever we are separated (temporarily). Our misery begins days before the scheduled departure date. I feel that he is completely dependent on me and that in my absence, he is… Continue Reading

The Imitation Game in a Marriage

  Imitation is the most vital factor for the survival of any live organism on earth. If any living thing existed anywhere else in the universe, they would also be dependent on imitation for their survival. Man, animal, bird, fish,… Continue Reading

Wedding, Family and Food. Forget Bride and Groom

I may not seem a suitable person to be talking about weddings since I ELOPED, but I simply love a wedding. Not all, just the traditional ones that happens back home. Most marriages take place in the months of November,… Continue Reading

Movie Time: You and Me Time – 2

This is a continuation of my last post ‘Movie Time: You and Me Time ‘. As I was saying… When we exploit anything too much, it becomes meaningless and a waste of time. It is human nature to take things… Continue Reading

Movie time: You and Me Time -1

My husband and I watch at least five movies every weekend. It is a ritual for us to watch one in the theater, followed by a movie marathon at home. When we began our life under the same roof, I… Continue Reading

A Wife’s Poem for her Husband

He doesn’t mind where he treads and he trips. He avoids spiteful utterance from his lips. This fellow mistake every word of mine for sarcasm, But we have over-passed the chasm.   He laughs most at his own story, But… Continue Reading

Marriage – a Totally Different Ball Game

There must had been times when Adam held his head in his hands and asked God “What does Eve want from me?”. Mary, the perfect woman, must had given Joseph the silent treatment every now and then and poor Joseph… Continue Reading