There is something about misty mornings when the windowpanes tell so many stories: Sometimes it looks like the demons are attacking the world, sometimes people are climbing mountains and sometimes it looks like the children are playing on the grass. I wake up every morning and look at the window to decipher the story written by the dew drops.
On a foggy day outside world looks surreal. It looks within reach yet beyond my touch. Water in its many forms continue to intrigue me.
Above post is for H20 challenge
Sometimes, life frightens you till you are doomed to fail,
Sometimes, life threatens you till you break-down and wail,
Then, say ‘Boo!’ to your fears ,
Say ‘Bye!’ to your tears,
And fight your way back to create a victorious trail.
P.S: This limerick is written for Limerick Challenge Week 40: ‘Fears’
Thank you Rashmi for hosting this challenge .
During the past few months life got busy. So many things changed in my life. As most of you know, I have a 6 year old daughter who keeps popping up in most of my blog posts. This summer I gave birth to a cute little boy who is now 5 months old. Having two children means twice the work, twice the fun and twice the inspiration to write 🙂 My struggle raising two kids, my musings throughout the day and my passion to write have led me back to this blog. I’ll keep posting tiny tales, ‘Mommytales'( less than 100 words) which twinkle in my brain as I go on with my busy day. I hope you enjoy these mini stories.
As always thanks for taking your time to read 🙂
Photo prompt by Erol Ahmed
When life gave her lemons, she made lemon juice.
As life continued to give her crates of lemons, she perfected her recipe and marketed it.
Now she is the author of the best-selling self-help book “Make the lemons in your life work for you!”
P.S: The above post is written for ‘Three line tales: Week Fifteen’ challenge by Sonya, the author of ‘Only 100 Words’ blog. Thank you, Sonya, for hosting this challenge. To read more posts for this event, click here.
I’m so happy to share with you the above cute letter from my 6 year old daughter on Mother’s day :
Here is what she wrote:
“ I love Mom .
Helps me when I am hurt.
Takes care of me and my family.
Helps my grandma and grandpa.
Most beautiful in my entire family.
Reads books to me.
Helps me when I am sick .”
Happy Mother’s day to all the wonderful mothers out there.
Today when I was feeling low , the above quote from the book ‘Life is Tremendous’ by Charlie Jones gave me a ray of hope.
Hope these inspiring words will brighten your day too.
photo by kazuend
However hard life may seem, never abandon your dream.
Be persistent and follow your scheme.
Surely one day, like these flowers, your life will bloom.
P.S: The above post is written for ‘Three line tales: Week Twelve’ challenge by Sonya, the author of ‘Only 100 Words’ blog. Thank you, Sonya, for hosting this challenge. To read more posts for this event, click here.
This wonderful card sent by my Mom to me on Women’s day made my day 🙂
Hope the above self affirmation quote will inspire you too.