Happy Valentine's Day … Call me overbearingly pessimistic but I have never quite understood the hype that surrounds one of the biggest days of the year which happens to be just another day of the working week , just a bit more red and all sorts of fuzzy. Maybe it’s the singleness of my age … Continue reading Day Overrated
Does Wisdom come with age? Have you ever had such a scenario to think about it? Do the elders always get it right? Google seemed confused as well. My ultimate help to most 3 am questions had ample pages of both sides of the debate. Many explained wisdom came with age because with age comes … Continue reading The run through Zurich
It was the early Nineties, and it was our first trip to the British Club. No, we were neither members nor British nationals, but gained access through our visit to Mr. William, and his warm and friendly wife, Mrs. Cecil. The lovely couple were given a modest accommodation of a room and a pantry at … Continue reading The Folly of Trusting
This may seem like a response post to my sister’s and the other panel writer of this blog , “the art of making difficult decisions.” It was the last posted blog on the site and I hope you have given it a view or else this may sound a little off the track. Also apart … Continue reading In It for It All
To most the sky is the limit, To those who love aviation, the sky is home. - Anonymous I am no science buff. In the most ordinary way I write this to wonder how in extraordinarily ways my brain chooses to remember random memories of my childhood so well. So vividly I can remember the … Continue reading Troubled by Turbulence
I’m not addicted to coffee. I’m simply in a committed relationship with it. Today I wanted to remember how my love affair with coffee began ages ago. A some what blurry past to be honest. Peer pressure was involved too and how. Perhaps for that I should be thankful and only this one instance. The … Continue reading Hello World!