I have been staying away from my blog for quite some time and it has been months since I have come back to it. A lot has happened in between and both my life and my blog seems to have updated themselves (quite literally).
What brings me back is my love for writing and the flow of thoughts which I have been trying to keep inside me but it only found its way out of my heart again and chose its own course through writing. With Blogchatter AtoZChallenge, I am trying to be more regular on my blog.
I am always curious about relationships. I find them very complex and mysterious. We form them through our heart but they need a lot of sweat, blood and brains to make them successful and work for a long run.
This year with the Blogchatter AtoZChallenge, I am going to write stories based on emotions and relationships which is going to be the theme of my writings for this month.
The theme for the AtoZChallenge this year is going to be – the complexities of emotions and relationships .
This April, get ready to read stories love, joys, laughter, tears and all the emotions that make or break the relationships.
“Dad, I told you I don’t want to get married.”
“Just meet the boy once, after that you can decide whether you want to go ahead or not.”
She opened the door, “Sushant?”
Happy and surprised to see her college best friend, she could not hold herself, “so you are the boy…”
“Ya, it’s all because of your dad. Somehow he got to know that we liked each other and…”
“And I called his parents to talk about you two shy birds. Mr Verma was too happy with the proposal. So? Give me Five!”
This post is written as an entry for Day 5 of the Bar-A-Thon Edition 3. I am taking up the theme of A Marathon of 100 words stories combined with todays prompt – Give me Five
It’s a grand ceremony. People from the four corners of the world have gathered here. My father, my mother and all my friends are here. I have made them all proud today. It’s a special day for me for they will honour me with the Param Vir Chakra today.
Neeta, my beautiful wife, looks beautiful as ever holding our baby in her arms. She climbs the stairs to join me on the stage.
I am so happy to see her yet so sad!
How I wish God had given me a few more years to live with her!
This post is written as an entry for Day 4 of the Bar-A-Thon Edition 3. I am using the theme as a Marathon of 100 words story challenge combined with the prompt for today which is “four corners of the world”.
The setting was perfect, Manasi was looking gorgeous in her black dress while Sumit looked like a Greek god in his black suit. After six months of having a baby, they had planned a dinner date leaving their baby in the custody of grandparents.
The waiter took the order, Manasi was waiting for some romantic conversation.
Sumit’s phone rang. A call by one of his clients took a good half an hour after which the rest of the evening was gone with Sumit making arrangements for his client’s visit.
“Three’s a crowd,” she thought as they sat in the car.
This post is written as an entry for Day 3 of the Bar- A- Thon Edition 3. I am using my theme as the marathon of 100 word story challenge combining with the prompt for today which is ‘Three’s a crowd’.
Her family was planning her marriage. She resisted and opted for M.A. Statistics only to realise it was not meant for her.
“Dad, any marriage proposal for me?”
“Yes, but he is a divorce`.”
“It’s ok dad. It will work.”
Her semester was coming to an end.
“Dad, any other?”
“Yes, but the age difference!”
“It’s ok, dad.”
“He drinks too.”
“No worries, dad.”
She got engaged.
Her exams were approaching.
“They are asking for an early marriage.”
“It’s ok, dad.” She chose the lesser of two evils for that was the only way to skip her exams.
This post is written as an entry for Day 2 of the Bar- A-Thon Edition 3. The prompt that I am using is the marathon of 100 word stories combined with the prompt for today which is ‘lesser of two evils’.