Aww! So cute! That’s usually our first reaction when we see a small cute baby. Yeah, we can’t even say ‘baby’ without saying cute ^.^
Real togetherness. Being close to people. Sharing your joy and happiness with them. These phrases seem to be non-existent these days. Because all we do now is, be close to our mobile phones or laptops instead of real people.
I am a Punjabi and I love food. In fact, love would be an understatement. Such is the relation between me and food.
Instead of blood, ghee runs in my veins. Yes.
I don’t have control on food, true. That’s where the new Honey Diet comes and saves me.
It’s tasty, a replacement for sugar AND healthy. Every foodie’s treat seriously.
I live in India.
Indians love cricket. (Well, yeah! Largely!)
And so does my father.
May it be a Sunday morning or a Tuesday afternoon, you will always find people discussing cricket. My father is one of them. From playing cricket when he was like, 4, to now (with me :D) when he is 49, cricket has been with him all these years.
You know how a Monday morning in school can be boring after a full fledged fun weekend? (You see what I did there? No? Alliteration, God. 8th class English, yaar)
Well, so was mine. B-O-R-I-N-G. Who wants to study geography first thing in the morning from a teacher with a monotonous voice, eh?