I have never been a floral fragrance person. My preferences have always been fruity or spicy. Citrus, Musk, Lemon, Pomegranate based fragrances have been the ones I used to buy. As much as I love the scent of jasmine, lavender and rajnigandha I have only been able to tolerate agarbattis with floral scents. Never perfumes. And rose I thought was the most overrated!
This one line, Real women have faults popped into my head when I finished reading this article where a mother dressed her little girl as iconic women.The last line in this article says “Set aside the Barbie dolls and the Disney Princesses for just a moment and let’s show our girls the real women they can be” I read this line and I was like yes, we should all follow this. And then I looked at the pic of Coco Chanel with a cigarette on her lips.
So I am still on the Wheat Belly Diet. I had to stop it for sometime and gained weight as I stopped it 🙁 Last two months I have been quite rigorous and am losing inches more than kilos. However, being the foodie that I am, I do give in to temptation more often than I would like to. So yesterday, I gave into temptation again and had a pizza.
I wish we would stop calling the Delhi incident a rape. Because that is not what this was. This was a brutal act of violence. And like many acts of violence, this was done because the men felt they had the power to do it. They were not afraid of the consequences. We need stricter laws you say. Is there a dearth of laws in our country? Do we not having traffic laws? But we are not afraid to break them because of the lack of consequences. Violent criminals have the same mindset. Whatever be the motive and whatever be
After the burst of activity at the start of this year, I lapsed into non blogging again… well, big reasons too… life changing, not happy ones… having lived in a nuclear family far away from your entire extended family emotionally distances you from them… things such as marriages, births and deaths do not affect you the same way they would have had you been a part of their everyday life. And in the age when we grew up, telephones, emails, social networking sites were not readily available… You do tend to live a sort of solipsistic life… the self however