Monthly Archives: March 2017

Marriage Material, Am I? – Part Two

OK so, the marriage thing is getting out of hand!!! Almost everybody is working overtime looking for a groom for me. Well, except me but I get the updates . . . No boy yet! And this got me wondering … Continue reading

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The Amazing Perry Mason

“The rain dripped from the tip of his hat. He waited for her to come out of the apartment. The lights were still blazing bright in there and he watched her shadow move around, an unmistakable gun in her hand. … Continue reading

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The Insider

Let me just say it. I followed cricket only because I had a massive crush on Rahul Dravid. 😉 And then when he got married, as usual, my world was shattered and I never thought I’d watch cricket again!!!!! Well, cutting … Continue reading

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Heaven on Earth

Oh! Fudge . . . Yes!!! That’s the name of one of the coolest and cutest dessert places in Mumbai. Now, fudge, as a dessert, in Mumbai is pretty unique. Usually, we Mumbaikars get our fudge fix from places such … Continue reading

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Marriage Material, Am I? – Part One

The buzz word doing the rounds of my house these days is marriage. Shaadi! Yeah. Eeeee how exciting! And, why not talk about me getting married? I’m 30, for heaven’s sake! So, my mum’s all fired up. Yeah! She’s been … Continue reading

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Being an Adult is Tough

I’d been wanting to lay my hands on Adulthood is a Myth! by Sarah Andersen for quite some time now. And who wouldn’t, considering the crisis we face – adulthood! Illustrated beautifully, Sarah Andersen depicts the life of an “adult” … Continue reading

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Love At First Sight

Stumped! Head over heels! I was falling, falling deep in love with him. And, apparently the first time I laid my eyes on him. Love at first sight, isn’t that what they call it? Well, I thought it was. I … Continue reading

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