Posts Tagged ‘ woman ’

Nowhere to hide

nowhere to hide

Journal entry of the all-powerful diva who is really a 10-year-old inside.
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World Cup Discoveries


India wins the Cricket World Cup after 28 years and I discover something startling about myself.
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A life without expectations

Finding Love

Do you really believe that relationships can be devoid of expectations? I know they’d be ideal, but I also know they’re not real.
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The abnormal child


Why can’t we let people decide who they want to love and be with? Isn’t it an intimately personal decision?
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Perfect, not

disabled girl

It’s 2011 and yet we don’t seem to have gotten out of the rut that discriminates against disabled women. I’m not hopeful things will change for the better any time soon. Are you?
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See you on the other side


As I bid adieu to 2010, I hope you’ll take the time connect or reconnect with my musings. It’s been a wonderful ride and I look forward to your company in 2011.
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Parenting tips you won’t find anywhere else

sleeping baby

A list of absolute no-no’s for new and old parents … this is not something you find in Parenting 101.
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Pink ribbon fatigue

pink ribbon

So, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and I hear that there is this crazy Facebook meme going around about women telling all and sundry where they like it. I like it on the floor I like it on the couch I like it in the closet … With the “it” being their purse….
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Gifts men should not give women

Woman Receiving a Gift

I recently read a blog post talking about why men should give women flowers and instantly I knew I had to do a follow-up post of my own on why men shouldn’t! While I’m at it, I might as well list everything else I think men should not gift women. 1. Let’s start with…
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In step or not?

early man woman walking

I see a lot of couples walking in the mornings and evenings in my neighborhood. Mostly older folks — visiting parents I assume — from India. Women wearing saris with cardigans or shawls and sporting sneakers, men dressed in kurta-pajamas with a woolen vest and, sometimes, monkey caps. A small fraction of the women…
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