Akash and his family decided to have some weekend fun. They were planning to do something that’s open-ended.
The post is in response to Sonya’s ‘Three Line Tales’.
As a part of ‘World Environment Day’ celebrations at school…
I couldn’t believe nor could I stop believing..
Today, 3rd June, is World Bicycle Day.
‘Crazy Nerds’ has received 6 nominations for 4 different awards from 4 bloggers. This post has responses for 3 nominations from Phoenix, 2 from Era, and 1 from Nabeeha Jameel. A big thank you to all! It’s a gleeful moment to cherish.
‘Crazy Nerds’ is nominated by ‘The bibliophile writer’ for the Kennedy Award of Excellence. Thank you, Arshnoor. The objectives of this award are that the chosen blog, through its writing, presentation and objectives, fosters human values; promoting intellectual, emotional and moral growth of peers.
In this metaphorical free verse on friendship, I’ve drawn an analogy of the sky and ocean, to relate with friends who stay strong even with wider differences in aspirations and lifestyle.
Oil painting is a new hobby I have picked up. I just wanted to post some of my works here.
Just a little spark of fire
In the inner pool of desire
The heart wants what it wants
Can you even imagine a relationship between a victim and her rapist? That’s what is portrayed in the novel, and the beauty of it is, you won’t be able to complain.
Six word stories on date..
Some dates, we can never forget! Some dates, we fail to remember!
‘Crazy Nerds’ has been nominated by Penable for the Sunshine Blogger Award, the third time. Thank you, Phoenix.
Zara wondered why the downpour developed a disparity in her family.
I believed it when people told me, that long distance relationships work! How could I have been so dumb?
You don’t have to meditate to calm your mind.
The six-word story prompt for this week is ‘Forever’. There are few kinds of ‘forever’ that end. This is one such story.
“When we speak, we are afraid our words will not be heard or welcomed. But when we are silent, we are still afraid. So, it’s better to speak”.
– Audre Lorde
This is in response to Sue Vincent’s ‘Thursday #writephoto Photo Prompt’.
She enjoyed the denial, and mentally prepared herself for a big surprise.
It started bleeding red.
Plate got stained.
It was her blood indeed.
When we were focused on developing an ambitious mind, countdown began for the final exams. Library got abandoned all of a sudden, and we were back to textbooks.
We don’t make mistakes, just happy little accidents.
– Bob Ross