Monthly Archives: September 2011

Matters Of The Heart

What cannot be cured must be endured, right? Ideally, the reverse should also hold true–what can be cured must not be, or at least need not be, endured–in any case, certainly not if one is fortunate enough to be able … Continue reading

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Grannytime, My Dear !!

When I saw yesterday IHM’s post on women born before 1940, I did a little jig around my computer. Yay!!Now I knew what my next post was going to be about! My grandmother, of course–whose tales about her childhood and … Continue reading

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Reading Into Silences

Every fifteen days my husband brings me three books from the British Council Library in my city. Why don’t I go  and choose for myself the books I want to read? Well, for one, the library is  not very close … Continue reading

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