I love friendships. I love the concept of it and the actuality of it. Friendships have broken my heart worse than a man ever has. I’ve had some for over 3 decades and some for less than a year. I’ve also proudly been a friend to people of about 40 different nationalities (maybe more). But… Read More Motherhood and friendships
Sex and the City was epic. It was entertaining. It was unique. It was uplifting. It is re-watchable. But it was slightly idealistic. No rather, it was quite idealistic. It was the story of 4 women, as different as different can be, coming together to form this girl-pack that was stronger than concrete lathered on… Read More Why ‘Sex and the City’ makes me really mad sometimes.
So many of us fear moving on. We don’t move past old relationships, friendships, familial expectations because we are unsure about what the future holds. We are also iffy about how we truly feel about our current situation. Are we truly unhappy/dissatisfied or will things go back to how they are in our idealistic rose… Read More Moving on
Friendships have been important to me my whole life. One of my first memories are of my neighbourhood friend, who used to accompany me to Montessori down the street. It was a simple time and a happy one. Consequently, I do not talk to that friend anymore. Life lead to drifting and adulthood has a… Read More Friendship, reliability & expectations
I remember when I first joined Facebook. It was a sunny day in Florida and life had been all about trying to make friends by sitting next to them, joining social groups or ending up with them as a roommate. But then the game changed. Along came Facebook. A portal you could enter, sitting on… Read More Facebook: to exit or not
So, a few days ago I celebrated by 30th birthday. The days leading up to it were uneventful, and honestly, aside from the usual pangs of excitement I usually feel on birthdays, I was feeling pretty regular. Nothing spectacular, no emotions to write home about. But then the day struck. I woke up with a… Read More 7 things I learnt at 30