Author Archives: Sarah Vamshi

P is for Praying …(#A-ZChallenge2016)

…together Prayer has been the most important thing in our lives since my childhood. We believe that “A family that prays together stays together”. My dad used to wake us u by  5 am and gather us for a family prayer.  I know how much I hated to wake up and sing with my eyes […]

O is for OpenUp …(#A-Z Challenge2016)

… your heart One of my relatives is so strict with his children and wife that as soon as he enters the house all children used to move to their rooms and sit quietly. His wife also couldn’t speak to him much except obeying his rules. There was no option of saying something to dad. […]

N is for Nagging … (#A-Z Challenge 2016)

…is not communication. Have you seen someone who doesn’t nag? Nagging can be the root cause of many broken relationships. It spreads slowly and silently like cancer. I admit I used to nag sometimes but with time I realized it when I am just in that mood of nagging, I make my mind to shut […]

M is for Memorabilia… (#A-ZChallenge2016)

… start making now! Time flies and memories don’t stay for long. As we get busy in our lives, we tend to forget beautiful moments in life. Often when we spend very little time on the memory and move on but we dwell a lot on negative memories. There were times when I saved chocolate […]

L is for Listen … (#A-Z Challenge 2016)

… Just listen. I have a naughty little niece who is pampered and difficult to handle when it comes to watching TV, eating and studying. She comes up with one or the other excuse and her soft-hearted mom melts down.  During her stays here in summer I was forced to play the strict aunt role. […]

K is for Kill … (#A-Z Challenge)

…the EGO She is my best friend for 17 years. We have been through our thick and thin. We knew each other’s pulse. People thought we were sisters. We started our careers with the same organization. When in college, during exams I slept throughout the day while she read and made notes, photo copied and gave […]

J is for Joy… (#A-Z Challenge 2016)

… of small things. Joy is something you create on your own for you and the people around. You  don’t really need a big reason to find joy. During our courtship, one day my husband said something for fun which made me cry.I cried. He felt bad. Apologized. But I couldn’t stop crying. He took me […]