With Divine Sanction

I tend to be a wee bit foul-mouthed while driving. And rash people on two-wheelers annoy the crap out of me! They try to squeeze through miniscule spaces a dog would hesitate to pass through, just so they can be first in line or be the first off the starting line with the rest of … Continue reading With Divine Sanction

Wordsworth Had It Wrong…

The clouds were *not* lonely and he could have done a lot more of the waxing on eloquently about clouds rather than daffodils- which are pretty flowers all said and done. I'm sure I usually drive my co-passengers a bit batty with the clicking sounds from my camera or my mobile, but something comes over me when … Continue reading Wordsworth Had It Wrong…

Don’t Have Kids…

but be around them. Children are Nature's balm. They may come across as incomprehensible, demanding, whiny brats who you often fantasize about leaving on someone else's doorstep, but kids have something we end up losing as adults- an ability to laugh at the silliest and simplest of things. Take a little boy who's recently become … Continue reading Don’t Have Kids…

Movie Review: Andhadhun

In a nutshell? This movie is a mad cap caper. Andhadhun translates to Blind Tune or a state of being slapdash and both definitions fit the scenarios perfectly. Led by Ayushmaan Khurana and Tabu in their usual capable ways, the movie starts out strong in the first half but the director ends up dropping the … Continue reading Movie Review: Andhadhun

When I Eavesdropped…

My son and his friend were exchanging mucho importante info on their respective tabs when TO realized that his friend was able to unlock his tablet without any help from a grownup. This caused an even more important conversation to take place which I shamelessly listened in on. It went something like this: S:Hey, you … Continue reading When I Eavesdropped…

Lessons In Parenting

Letting your kids win at games may cause tiny faces to erupt into smiles but it doesn't always teach them how to aspire to win. Even worse, they often begin to expect that everyone who plays against them will also lose.  When this happy state of affairs doesn't come about too often, the little face … Continue reading Lessons In Parenting