There are few memories that would never leave me and one of them is the memory of following the family’s maid to the market, or to the church; or to anywhere. My mom was infrequently around when I was younger so I was mostly left with our housemaid whose duty it was to ensure I was comfortable and safe – to the best of her ability. Well, in executing her
‘What are you doing with the alphabets?’ asked people. ‘I don’t know’ said I. **** And I indeed did not know! From A-Z, everyday I picked up my phone (yes, I started writing with my phone) to write, I’d feel a little afraid because I would think of how the previous alphabet was simply the best I could have done and how I never could top that. But I think
I have only faint memories of my elder sister. They say we were both very close and that whenever I fell sick, they knew that she’d fall sick exactly one week after. We had three years between us but they say that we looked just like twins. In fact, I grew to be bigger than her as she had always been a frail child, destined not to live for long.
Prompt: 14 March 180 degrees Tell us about a time you did a 180 degrees changed your views on something, reversed a decision, or acted in a way you ordinarily don’t. 180 Degree Turn Definition: Complete change 10 Times I did an 180 degree turn That one time I decided that I was never going to be negative again. It was a little bit of an
Prompt: Jan 28 Ode to a playground A place from your past or childhood, one that you’re fond of, is destroyed. Write it a memorial. In Memory of Tales by Pseudo-Moonlight Growing up, I loved to listen to stories. There were two immutable things by which I could be whisked away by any stranger and they were, Sleep and Stories. I would automatically open my eyes wide whenever anyone was