I Slept with My Ex Car Today

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  • September 28, 2018

I owned the same car since Feb 2011. I used this car for my office, for traveling to my clients, for my workshops and meetups, to Elante, to Metro, or my coffee shop visits. Many a times, we both got oiled and re-oiled together. On the wheels and when parked. My car actually took care of me when I needed …

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I Had No Furniture

I enjoy the daylight savings time difference, very bright and too dark as well. Because I live almost in the middle of the lane, fourth from the outer corner. One fine day, I heard a knock, and they sneaked in. They had a few sharp tools, and a water nozzle too. I was surprised because my neighbors were far well off — so …

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When A Grandmother Raises a Tomato

For my grandmother who quit on 11 November. “If you are right, you are the tallest.” She told me on the day when a taller-than-me boy tore my shirt pocket’s zipper when I was seven. “We should not wait to feel hungry to have a fruit. To skip fruit is a disservice to our body.” She told me when I was …

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Being Name is Being Naman

My son Naman turns six today. So often when I am working on my laptop writing emails, he stands around me watching the craft-in-progress. Sometimes, he asks me how I will send it, what draft means, and how I am switching to different windows, and why. And he rarely asks the same question again. Being Naman It is time that …

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Moved to 41-APAL, Whistles Town

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  • March 4, 2017

I am 41 today. While writing this post yesterday, I realized that it has been about Amazing People in an Awesome Life (APAL) so far. For whatever I have been doing for last many years, I am incredibly thankful to people and things around me. And as I prepare myself today to respond to whatsapp-facebook type birthday greetings notifications, I can …

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