Monthly Archives: June 2011


Welcome to the Friday Loose Bloggers Consortium where Akanksha, Anu, Ashok, Conrad, Delirious, gaelikaa, Grannymar, Magpie11, Padmum and I write on the same topic. Please do visit the linked blogs to get nine different flavours of the same topic. Today’s … Continue reading

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Do You Play Chess?

It is amazing how smart entrepreneurs find ideas for products and services. Here is a story that should put a smile on a lot of gung ho types. Perhaps even persuade them to spend some money on a grand idea.

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Writing And Gardens.

Marianna has this question at the end of her post “I love that English cottage-garden look. I wonder if that says anything about my writing? LOL!” Yes, it does indeed Marianna. Very organized and colourful! Mine is like parts of … Continue reading

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Fathers Day Musings.

As my regular readers know, there is an interesting discussion going on in my earlier post of A Father’s Tribute To Another. As it inevitably happens to me, I was led to this amazing article by Stefany Anne Golberg In … Continue reading

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Miss Tibet.

“The Temporal World Only the badly misinformed or the incurably optimistic could think bikinied girls synonymous with Dharamshala. And if a Miss Tibet contest in that high sanctum wasn’t tastless enough, sashing a 17-year-old (Tenzin Yangkyi, far left) surely is.” … Continue reading

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A Father’s Tribute To Another.

This post is addressed to those of my readers who have not had the privilege of reading Conrad’s post on Fathers Day. If you will spend some time on Conrad’s post and also on the comments therein, you will see … Continue reading

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