The Liebster Award

Neerja, one of my first friends from the Blogging world, nominated me for the Liebster Award. As the feeling sinks in, it feels great.

Thank you, Neerja for thinking of me as a deserving blogger for this award. Writing answers to your questions, framing questions for my nominations – everything was fun. Continue reading “The Liebster Award”

My e Is Leaking

Thinking about an occasion as you want to dip into a big bowl of choco-nutty scoop, but your low fat plan is flashing by you? You think you would control by hook or by crook but as it turns out, as you forbid your pull, itch to wolf lifts its hood akin to a cobra. This is ditto. You turn numb, you lack words and you don’t know what to say. But, days in past always tutor. This is how it works too. You must hang in and cross finish mark; anyhow, huffing, puffing, crawling, and with focus on your goal.

And bam I think I just did it!

Wondering what was all this about?

Well, I was nominated for the Allergic to ‘E’ challenge by Neerja and this was it. I was supposed to write a paragraph without using the alphabet ‘E’.

Yes, you may want to go back and read that again. Go on. I’ll wait.

Ok now that you’re back, Here are the rules of the challenge:

  1. Write a paragraph without using the letter “e” in any of the words.
  2. Nominate at least five friends/bloggers for the challenge. They must do it within 24 hours of being nominated or it is considered as failure.
  3. If you fail or duck, suffer in the Hall of Lame.
  4. If you win, wallow in the Hall of We.
  5. You may think I have gone nuts and ignore this, but take a moment. I say, try this. It is more fun than it sounds.

To take the Allergic to ‘E’ challenge, I nominate:

Good Luck!

Love & Peace,

You Can Pen

What is it about writing that is so fascinating? What is it about writing that gets me high? What is it about writing that rejuvenates my dreary spirit?

There would be, and there are, plenty ways to communicate, to express, to convey. But what is it about inscription that differentiates it from every other medium of expression? Ever wondered? Continue reading “You Can Pen”

Grammar Gang

“Do you think you would make sense without Me? I don’t think so.” Noun said.

“And do you Think you would, without me?” Verb questioned.

“But I am what I am. I don’t need to use you.” Noun said.

“Well, I think you just Did.” Verb was prompt to respond.

“So what; You used me too. Hunh!” Noun shrugged.

“Stop it guys. You both are Boring frames on the wall without my Awesome company.” Adjective jumped into the word-war-one.
Continue reading “Grammar Gang”



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