Being right handed and having my thumb nail broken has been unpleasant to say the least. Past six months I have been noticing that my nail had split longitudinally and the split is working its way further inwards. I was having to cut the nail all the time otherwise hair and the likes would get … Continue reading Nails
Redcar Sunset. I still get it wrong. My V to my W pronunciation. My kids don't understand that this differentiation I learnt in UK and not in India. I make a conscious effort to round my lips to say W and bite my lips to say the V. I am getting there. Life is wonderful … Continue reading Vague and Wonderful.
An hour away from us is a market town called Harrogate. We tend to go around this time of the year as the whole city is in full bloom. Valley Gardens looks beautiful with its flowers and trees. I do feel proud of my children when they want to be around nature and spend hours … Continue reading Gardens and flowers.
Thirty minutes of Yoga for thirty days of June was the challenge I took up. This was set up by Cancer Research UK (CRUK). There was fund raising goals. I had never done a challenge before. It certainly felt exciting. Too many first is always thrilling, having a fundraising page and keep sharing it along … Continue reading Yoga Challenge
Numbers from today. 'Time to stand', beeps on my watch as I am taking a serious focussed history from a patient. Now how do I get my minute of standing? I quickly make the examination part brought forward in order to get the stand hour complete. I sometimes tell my patient, I really must get … Continue reading Apple numbers
My homage. I got asked to write a poem for the platinum jubilee celebrations by my manager. My mind running many miles per hour produced this within fifteen minutes as the deadline was QUICK. I always enjoy writing and loved doing this piece too. It says it all. Hope you all like it.
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.
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