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Goa Room Fiasco

Have you ever tried to be suave and sophisticated and failed at it? When my husband and I went on a trip to Goa we had our one-year-old daughter with us. The resort where we were to stay was one … Continue reading

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Kindergarten Activity.

Being a kindergarten teacher is not easy. But I love my job and would not trade it for any other. I am a teacher at a Kindergarten School where the kids are all aged between three and four years. The kids … Continue reading

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Two Cute Stories – Ready Wit

A grandchild is a women’s delight. More so if the imp had the gift of the gab. My grandson though only four years old was quick with his retorts and repartees. Some of his instant replies have filled me with surprise … Continue reading

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Newly Married Indian – Bride’s House

A delightful story of a shy bridegroom who is ragged by his sisters-in-law. In India, that is how a groom is welcomed into the family! My mother’s cousins and sisters were a boisterous lot. When my mother and father got … Continue reading

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Lovey Dovey

What is the first gift your fiancé gave you? Was it as unique as this? This is an old tale and took place in the 1970s. The setting is rural and the protagonist are my cousin and her then fiancé and now husband … Continue reading

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The Bee In Spring

What happens when you give your professors nicknames and completely forget their original ones? What if you  remember them by just their appellations? When we were in college we had this habit of giving tag names or nicknames to our … Continue reading

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Newly Married Indian – After Marriage

Two amusing stories about Newly Married Indians Story 1: My daughter got married to an engineer working in the US. We lived in a small town in Tamil Nadu. A few days after the wedding we took my son-in-law and … Continue reading

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