Word of the year is a new concept for me. To be true, I came to know about this concept only in 2020 after reading Corinne Rodriguez post for the Word of the year 2020. It was a very big post and she had elaborated in detail how she choose her word. You can read… Continue reading
Where is the Trust ? #MondayMusings
The other day Hubby gets a call in the middle of night. One of the patients has just been shifted from ER to ICU.. the patient, an elderly male is in shock, needs to be intubated ASAP. Hubby changes and rushes back to hospital. The patient has been intubated and access to IV lines secured… Continue reading
Lessons learnt in 2020 #MondayMusings
I can’t believe 2020 would come to an end in a mere 15 days. The year which turned everything upside down. A tiny virus swept through the lanes of each country and changed the lives, livelihood and perceptions of not one but all. The year was a year of learning as well and there are… Continue reading
The cycle saga
Yesterday evening while cycling my mind went back to the time I had learnt cycling. I was 9 yrs old I guess. It was my brother’s cycle and he felt it was kind of girls cycle with a low central bar, so he wanted a brand new Hero Ranger. So I took that cycle for… Continue reading
40 things I am grateful for !!#MondayMusings
This year, I turned 40. Luckily, my birthday is in early march and covid had not yet gripped our part of world. It was only a mere 10 days later, we had a covid patient in our hospital. Well, so I was able to enjoy a nice dinner out with my family at my son’s… Continue reading
IWSG December 2020 – Do seasons inspire you to write?
It’s December 2020, the last month of the dreadful year of covid A few months back at the peak of covid, I felt disillusioned by everything including blogging. Thats when I saw Insecure Writer’s Support Group, spearheaded by the wonderful Alex J. Cavanugh. I was introduced to this group by my friend Sonia Dogra whose writings always… Continue reading
I am my biggest critic!
These days I spend more time in the balcony of our new house. Even if I’m with my books medicine or leisure reading, I will take everything there and sit for hours. Sometimes it gets very windy and cold, yet that has not stopped me. I have permanently put a blanket so that I can… Continue reading
I am a histopathologist based in UK. I find solace in my work, nature and books. My musings are my own personal beliefs.