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I enjoyed arranging the parties and attending them, but standing in front of everyone and being the centre of attraction with every eye on you did not seem to me personally as a good thing.
It was a worried and irritated Mrs Joshi who returned home that evening. “Anu are you married without telling me?” she asked on entering the house.
Motherhood has made me realize how difficult it is to raise a child. We try to bring up the child as an extension of our selves, and forget that the child is an individual.
There was something soothing in the way the water and soap would clean the spoons, pans and pots. The clean, shiny vessels would give her a sense of achievement. It was very difficult to explain this to her parents.
“Don’t stop me now. I have finally found my home. And it is near your house. You can come and meet me any time you like and I can visit you anytime you want."
We've been having some cooking chaos during this COVID-19 crisis, as our daughters take over the kitchen with a certain - ahem - attitude!
The bride will get 5 minutes to cry. A makeup assistant will be ready to repair the makeup after which the bridal couple will sit in the designated car and leave.
In today's times there is dear and misconception regarding blood donation which should be removed. Donating blood is a noble deed which can help the needy.
Here, she was, feeling all superior to all the others when she didn't even know the simplest of things. She felt like she was pushed down a cliff and was lost!
I was preparing for anything. She just looked at me and asked "Why? Tell me, why do all mothers feel that their daughters should marry?"
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