A day ago, I was in a shit mood. Those who know me, know that its practically every other day. Nevertheless, I was driving home after work and I looked up to see the moon. The sky was rather clear except this one patchy cloud that happened to be right over the moon. Almost as […]Read more "Spaces"
I want to confess. I have a terribly bad habit. You can say, it’s a vice. I do what a dear friend has coined as ‘a monthly review’ of my life. Well, it’s more like a weekly review. A review on my work, my free time, my relationships and worse – my happiness. Now, it […]Read more "The Good Times"
Monday 10:02 AM Misha was approaching the crossing on her regular drive to work. Thankfully she left 30 minutes early for work so she didn’t encounter any traffic and she could speed right past the spot. As she sped away she saw the rocks and the thick grass on the rocks in her rear view […]Read more "Pathway"
The first time I saw her in the mirror, I was terrified. It’s the stuff of nightmares; seeing a big black shadow hovering above you. I was afraid of her, but her eyes were kind and were just like mine. There was a nip in the air around her, which meant the chill followed me […]Read more "Her"
“I’ve never felt so alone in my life”, she kept muttering to herself the night she was to leave for her solo trip. She laughed at the timing of her solo trip. Here she was desperate to be held and to be loved, and the next thing she was going to do was hop on […]Read more "The Mountains Are Calling"
“There are two types of drinkers; those who drank to enhance their personalities and those who sought to take something away.” – Haruki Murakami Warning: This is not the regular two men in a bar kind of story you’d expect. It is not funny. So, proceed with caution. The other day I was at a […]Read more "Drink It Up"
For the longest time, I’ve wondered what kind of a woman am I. As we grow older and meet more people in our life, we also hear about different versions of ourselves. Friends, exes, people we once called friends, family, broken ties, colleagues etc., each one presents to us a version of ourselves. And at […]Read more "That Kind of A Woman"