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Tiny Tale (4)

“When words are scarce, they are seldom spent in vain.” – William Shakespeare

Well, if you have clicked on the link to this post, you are here for a Tiny Tale! And how delighted I am to write another one for you…I definitely think I am better at writing Tiny Tales than the other longer posts I come up with. Do you agree? Well, maybe you can make up your mind after you read this one.

2016 is definitely a year we will remember for a lot of reasons. We will remember it for the many terrorist attacks, we will remember it for the Queen turning 90, we will remember it for the US presidential elections, for Juno finally making it to its orbit around Jupiter…and then, we will remember it for the Olympics! Now that the Olympic Games in Brazil have come to a close, I thought I’d write a Tiny Tale before we forget about it. While many were busy watching the Olympics on their TV screens, I was busy capturing a tiny moment.


They sat and watched the Olympic Games together as a family. And for that one fortnight they forgot their petty issues with each other.


Do let me know how you liked this one. Also tell me if you like these Tiny Tales better than you like the other random posts on my blog.


35 thoughts on “Tiny Tale (4)”

  1. Wonderfully done again with the Tiny Tale, Aishwarya. Sport can bring us together, even if just for a moment. It is not easy to be good at a sport, and I think a lot of us like to marvel what the other person has worked so hard for to achieve. Maybe sitting together to watch the Olympics, you forget about petty issues between each other and then never come back to them. Happy family šŸ˜€

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    1. Sport is a huge uniting factor in India! Indians love cricket beyond limits and I think they appreciate a lot of earthy sports too like wrestling and kabaddi which originated in this country. Overall, sports do wonders here. I thought this tale was befitting to talk about the impact of the Olympics!
      Thank you for your lovely comment Mabel!

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  2. The effort is the same in both kinds, i guess the tiny tale carrying that effort impacts a little bit more, and to do that is really commendable..well done aish….that moment you captured is really the essence of the situation…

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    1. Thank you Shreyans. I’m sure there have been many fights and arguments forgotten because of the spirit of the games. And yes I agree that the tiny tales do leave a bit more impact. I felt so too. šŸ™‚

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    1. It does!! That’s a completely new perspective to the tale. Thank you for introducing me to this. And for pausing here šŸ™‚
      I learn so much from your posts and from your comments! šŸ™‚

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      1. It’s really sweet of you to have thought of me for this award. But I have already won this one,and it would only be fair to new bloggers to win it now šŸ™‚

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