If you haven't already surmised, I hate being a "millennial." I think it's an unfair lumping that I had absolutely no choice over. The rest of my siblings are not part of this Generation Y, so why am I? Really, mom and dad! REALLY? I mean, because my best friend for pretty much all thirty … Continue reading I wish I were born just 10 years earlier!
Today is Cow Appreciation Day, folks! I'm aware that many reading this may not be familiar with #CowAppreciationDay, but as I replied to my friend earlier today, I didn't make it up. It's actually a thing! Finally, a day where I can put my bovine love on full display and receive comments such as, "You … Continue reading Everyday should be Cow Appreciation Day!
When you feel like your dreams are coming true and you're not able to brag about it, it's actually a good place to be in. Because then you can find out for real what your true intentions and motivations are. I am on the precipice right now. I want to scream and shout from the … Continue reading When I say I blog for myself, this is what I mean
I am lovingly drinking my morning tea as I type this post... because I finally can! (ETA: I was when I first started writing this post, anyway) I haven't been able to do this for a month (well... there was a week in between where I did, but that's a minor detail we don't need … Continue reading “Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end”
For those of you who have no affiliation to either India or Pakistan, today's significance may only be due to the fact that today is Father's Day. But for those of us who originally hail from the Indian subcontinent (don't forget, it is the Indian subcontinent ;), depending on whether your affiliation lies with Pakistan … Continue reading Why it matters that India lost