Girls love to play with dolls and boys with guns!!! Is this true? I fail to understand, from where this theory originated. The post on Friendly Friday Weekly Challenge – The Colour Pink inspired me to share this personal experience. I remember the days when I used to shop toys for my daughter - dolls as... Continue Reading →
is a natural instinct! Let the young ones explore - just being around makes all the difference... Out on a picnic! It's the best time of the year - great to be out with family and nature... Heve a beautiful day! Posted for - May photo a day challenge - young
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Tender Moments If you want your children to turn out well, spend twice as much time with them and half as much money - Abigail Van Buren Happy bonding!
In a pensive mood - Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Places People Visit Couldn't manage to get a good shot because of the enormous size n crowd around... In the pic below, the tiny people can give you an idea of the size of the memorial below. One World Memorial I do visit most memorials, whenever I... Continue Reading →
October photo a day challenge – Dog A package of joy - not delivered by Amazon! My 'Beauty' n the 'Beast' enjoying in the box delivered by Amazon! Xoxo n Whiskey - My 'beauty n the beast' as I lovingly refer them to... Aren't they super cute! Hope you luv them too...
For Wednesday RDP – COMEBACK For, sore dismay'd through storm and shade, His child he did discover: -- One lovely hand she stretch'd for aid, And one was round her lover. "Come back! Come back!" he cried in grief "Across this stormy water: And I'll forgive your highland chief, My daughter! - 0 my daughter!"... Continue Reading →
#InthePink# Country roads take me home...County fairs...childhood memories ... At the San Diego County Fair! Childhood ravings, cravings and simple pleasures... all wrapped up in a county fair! At the fair, I'm always #inthepink# #tickledpink# and blushed #pink# Loved the challenge - #InthePink# You can join too! Don’t forget to keep your photo square, and to pingback... Continue Reading →
In spite of being brought up in a not so conservative family, things like –“amma, water”,”amma, my uniform”, “amma, my shoes” or “akka, my books”, “akka, my homework!”(demands from my brother who was always pampered by his two doting sisters!) were a part of the daily routine. As if these were less to address to,... Continue Reading →
Avoid stereotyping your kids... Yesterday at the kitty party, I heard Mrs. Ahuja saying, "Can you guess what happened yesterday? I got a call from my son's school. His teacher had lost it. She holds my son responsible for all the indiscipline in the class! She also accuses him of teasing and bullying the... Continue Reading →