All through winter I had kept bags of things that needed to go for recycling, in our garage. There was a television, a monitor, wires, bulbs, books, clothes, quite a few mop heads for some reasons, an old computer table, computer chair and many other things. They had been collecting on and around our ping … Continue reading Cleared Up.
Being a doctor is not easy, never thought it was. Right from the beginning of getting admission to medical school and working my way up to a senior GP has been fun, challenging, hectic and full of uncertainties. That is what has made my life super exciting. Everyday is new, every patient presents with a … Continue reading My doctor path.
Once the children are grown up, looking for a holiday that everyone may like, alongside keeping to a budget, can become a great past time. I love looking up holidays and discussing with my husband and kids. Not a single destination appeals to one and all. We have done some great escapes in spite of … Continue reading Decision time.
High temperatures, headaches, stomach cramps and diarrhoea are symptoms I hear quite often from patients and I am able to advise as per their needs. This week, however, I got these symptoms myself. I am blaming my India trip and the fish I ate in Mumbai. These symptoms completely threw me and I was in … Continue reading Vulnerable!!!
Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com Covid Infection is all around but we are at least living with it to some extent in a bit normal way. In my lifetime this is perhaps the greatest success of vaccine that I have seen. People stopped dying once the vaccine was here. The severity of the disease was … Continue reading Living with Covid
Photo by Dids on Pexels.com Felt like writing, so started. We are still doing Covid tests as our jobs entail us to do twice a week. Every time I do one I am nervous. We have had quite a few patients telling us they have been positive. They are getting well and that is a … Continue reading Just like that.
Fun place. I have always loved meeting people be it known ones or unknown ones. The best memorable times have been in common rooms or common places like canteens. Schools and universities have them and also residential homes have them. In our personal homes we have lounges and verandas. My Grandma, Dadi as we called … Continue reading Common Room
Food and drinks. Weekend goes by much too quickly. Before we know Sunday night is here and we are all prepped for Monday morning and the week ahead. My weekend started with a facial appointment and haircut on Friday evening, which meant a busy afternoon and evening so dinner had to be simple. Pizza with … Continue reading Weekend
Knaresbrough. Exposure and Knowledge is everywhere. Pros and cons are written down. Ticks and crosses on the sheet of paper. Conclusion is reached. Why do we question so much? Why can’t we just go for it? Should friends and family opinions matter? Who is it that we have to answer to? Inner peace can be … Continue reading Fearless
It has been six months since I saw my mother and I could feel in conversations that she would like me to come again. I was looking at holidays and ticket prices to go for a short trip. UK to India needs some planning. Holidays would coincide with other colleagues and ticket prices were too … Continue reading Enthusiasm for hometown.