It was during the Victorian era, where every flower began to symbolize something. It is said that because of the strict protocol of that era, feelings and thoughts were not openly expressed between men and women, leading to an elaborate “flower language” or “floriography” being developed.Read More
I was tagged by my very young fellow blogger, tanishq who is encouraging his grandma to read my blogs with the hope she will blog too.
So I have answered these question honestly, to inspire tanishq’s grandma…:)
She saw beneath his words of scold and detriment
A tirade of criticism and accusation
Be outwardly caring. Be a giver. No matter the reason. Be passionate and extend your boundaries and remind those you love that you love them enough to make them feel extra special on a special day. You will be amazed at the joy you will receive in return.Read More
Benevolent sexism is defined as positive prejudice that appears as favourable when it in fact casts women as weak creatures needing men’s protection as in this example.
I think, women can twist a situation to suit their needs and this can distort the real eventRead More
“A lower RHR indicates that the heart is functioning efficiently, pumping more blood and oxygen throughout the body with less effort, sending us oxygen to fuel muscles during exercise”Read More
No poem today
Too lazy to say
I was puzzled, confused and downright terrified when I began vomiting 6-10 times a day after just a glass of water! I thought there was something seriously wrong with me. My doctor broke the news that I was pregnant. “Oh, so this is morning sickness”, I asked? He said, “In a normal pregnancy nausea is minimal. You have what is known as Gestational diabetes” and went on to explainRead More
And the rain comes down upon her face
Trials and trivia she flees to escape
In order to know another, we must first, know thyself. Otherwise the boundaries get blurred and what we may think is the emotion or attitude of another person, may in actual fact, be our own.Read More