This is real life story of my father and grandmother of their 20 years of life-changing struggle.
They went to their grandpa’s. Everybody was outside! The alarm was broken! And that was not all. Some of grandma’s money was stolen!
Grandma’s violin was Neena’s unwanted alarm clock–but sometimes, tunes needn’t be perfect for us to grasp its meaning,
Vaishu Ma wasn’t like any other sixty year old grandmother. She was the epitome of Darwin’s theory of natural selection, continuously evolving with the times.
Now I know my mother’s words were indeed true. I am truly lucky. If not for Vaidhi I could never have lived a life. He gave me a re-birth. I thank God that I have him.”
Bhaloo was not allowed indoors. The first evening at home, it managed to sneak inside, but, being too small could not jump out through the window
He lost his parents when he was just 3 years old and now he is 17 years old. After his parents passed away he became very close to grandparents as they practically raised him.
Rocking a few thin ice floe, across the yard of flowing water accumulates on Ice below. Rotating speed become weaker still larger blocks of ice in the pond.
I was very proud to call suck a beautiful and strong woman my grandmother. But it all changed. From a heart breaking phone call, to a childs worst nightmare..
A perfect cacophony startles you, as you rub your eyes, see the two pristine hands of the perfect circle hung in the wall, see four hands instead of two, due to oversleep