"You don't want your shark wearing Spandex, baby!"...words I never thought I'd find myself saying. Yikes.
I had a LONG discussion, just before bedtime, with TO about Annabelle. How the whole thing came about, why a doll of all things, how possession takes place, how a possessed item can go on a killing spree and how it was different from Child's Play. Just what every mother wants for her child to... Continue Reading →
Of all the stories floating around about Hitler's demise, am completely inclined to believe the one where he met his end in the bunker. That was a lockdown too and he was shut in for an unforeseeable period with a "loved one"...complete recipe for disaster!
I'm a wee bit narcissistic. I like to look good although you couldn't tell that from my perpetual "in sweatpants and loose tshirts" style but I do like to dress up. Even more so, I like to have a clear complexion and a healthy glow that isn't brought on by a cornucopia of make-up. Sadly,... Continue Reading →
This morning started off as most mornings do these days...quietly. Spoke to the bestie who's doing her own lockdown in a different continent and waited for the calm of the morning to be broken once TO got up. And it did. Excuse the segue here but I fail to understand how people can say "bachchey... Continue Reading →
Hey if I could come up with a list of songs which go against social distancing, I can surely find a few which are all about it as well. Let's take a look, shall we? Again, no order or preference to them. Just the ones which popped in my mind- 1. Run Snow Patrol 2.Hit... Continue Reading →
I play music when I head for my bath. And it's usually a shuffled playlist so things stay interesting. In any case, the playlist chose Springsteen's Human Touch and while I love that song, I laughed to myself thinking that it was so, so not right during the time of social distancing and shelter in... Continue Reading →
Just got to know a little while ago our usual milk vendor won't be supplying milk for some more time to come. And while this isn't a crisis per se, it's inconvenient. And that in a nutshell is how trying times are for people of a particular socio-economic group. Inconvenient more than actually critical. Unless... Continue Reading →
While it is witty and even pithy to start a blog post with a title like 'Love In The Time Of Corona' as a take off on the famous novel by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, this is also a time of a bit of reflection even if done intermittently. Full disclosure though- I did not read... Continue Reading →