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Just like that...

As you may have guessed already, I don’t have much to write about these days. Life has sort of settled in a comfortable zone, with the chill in the air that adds to the sleepy mornings and then there is the chai to lift one’s mood. In short, life is good. There, I have finally said it! i.e. I am finally accepting my purpose in life!
It is good in a way that I have sort of expected that until I don’t wrack my brains or struggle I am never really going to achieve what I want. This has been apparent in my previous posts and yes, so ‘struggle’ is normal for me and I like it. It gives me a sense of an ending, of fulfillment  Have been doing bits of Delhi darshan which I really look forward. The husband and I have taken to visiting a few places we have had on the list and yes, we walk hand-in-hand (more so because my hands freeze and his remain warm). And I love the metro rides to and fro!
There was a family wedding last week which went off really well. Everyone participated and the beautiful…

In the ‘middle’ of it all

Have you ever had the misfortune of travelling in a packed Virar local when you had to get off at Borivali? Let me tell you, it is sheer hell. While the local train does halt at Borivali like it does at Andheri and of course Virar, the Virareans always consider this particular train to be solely theirs. Yes, if you are aboard this local every Mumbaikar will tell you ‘you have landed’ in hell. That is because you could either choose to get off at Andheri where a large chunk of the population is thrown out of the train or you could choose to go all the way up to Virar, the final resting place. You are in deep shit if you plan to get off at Borivali, i.e. in the ‘middle’ of it all!

Whoever said that hell was way down below the earth or in some far off alien space is badly mistaken! It is right here, right in the middle of everything. If you are a ‘middle’ child, you’d know. The elder one is a super favourite, being the first kid and all. The last one is very close to the heart and the lat…