Familiarity is such an important feeling. It ensures calm, ensures peace… Here’s a Haiku inspired by the feeling of familiarity… Continue reading “Familiarity – A Haiku”
Thank you Carly (click here to read her journey through a sudden accident of hearing loss) for nominating me for this award. Been a while since I got awards so this does feel special 🙂
To all those who are new to the blogging world and are wondering what this award is for, here-s a tiny explanation I was given by the person that nominated me for this for the first time – It’s an award given by bloggers to fellow bloggers. It’s just a sign of recognition and admiration.
Every time I am nominated for one of these, I feel grateful and this journey feels that much more fulfilling! More importantly, every time I get nominated, I get to share a bit more about myself through answers…read on to know the person behind the posts. Continue reading “And yet another Liebster Award :)”
Allegra – it is a female name of Italian origin meaning joyful, happy, lively. Well that’s what the internet told me. But to me Allegra is special… Continue reading “Allegra”
Been a while since we caught up with each other eh? Let’s go for a stroll today. Now the weather here is not that great, so how about we go for a stroll along the George Bridge and up to the National Museum? On a grey day like this, the bustle of that little area cheers me up. Continue reading “If we were Strolling Together (12)”
While everyone (well, everyone interested in tennis) has their eyes glued to the television sets watching the spectacular tennis tournament that is The Championships Wimbledon, I get the inspiration for my next article. I am listening to McEnroe’s commentary on the Roger Federer-Grigor Dimitrov match and researching on the scoring system. Most people would wonder why tennis has a scoring system where you go 0-15-30-40-Game instead of perhaps 0-15-30-45-Game. The latter surely sounds more sensible. Continue reading “Love-15-30-40-Game!”
I was at a science symposium, or so I thought. It was a symposium where I was presenting my work in a poster. It was organized by our funding body. Most talks…well, all but one, were about science. Although not closely related to what I did, some biological problem was being addressed. Until…a historian walked onto the stage to give her talk. Continue reading “Davy’s Audience”