Love is not something you go out and look for, Love finds you, and when it does, ready or not – it will be the best thing to ever happen to you !!


There is no fixed time; date or place to fall in love with someone….  The story of Priya and Prateek is a perfect example  that a  love Story can begin anytime, anywhere. Love is not something you go out and look for,  Love finds you,  and when it does – ready or not, it will be the best thing to ever happen to you !!


It all happened 3 years ago when they met each other for the first time. When introduced at workplace, they shook hands and a spark was felt deep inside in their hearts as if they were not meeting for the first time – maybe a past mysterious love connection; Prateek was 15years younger to Priya; yet he felt emotionally connected, they both became best friends very soon, sharing each and every details of their personal and professional lives.

On Friendship Day they promised each other that no matter what happens their friendship would last a lifetime. During the festive season Priya used to dress up in traditional wear and Prateek used to shower her with compliments!! Soon, Priya realized that she had begun to spend more time to adorn herself and try to meet him atleast once during the day so that she could listen to his compliments.

Priya was away for some days and they both couldn’t meet or speak to each other, she realized something amiss, when she returned back she confessed “Please Prateek don’t mind – don’t be so close to me, I miss you when we are not together”.

Priya was surprised when Prateek too replied, “I miss you too,” and just walked away.

The whole night Priya couldn’t sleep – she was scared whether she broke her friendship; next day too they didn’t talk at all, but every time they crossed each other, a blushing smile was there on both of their faces. Priya felt hesitant to talk as freely as earlier. In the evening when they traveling in a public transport, Prateek slowly started a conversation – he whispered in her ears, that he had many female friends in his life but he had never been so close to anyone. Priya asked the meaning of “so close”, he kept his hands on her, touched them slowly; and entangled his fingers in hers tightly.

Both were in total bliss – in seventh heaven. Prateek wanted to kiss Priya, she promised to do so the next day. Exchanging cute smileys and kisses over phone, Priya was blushing, excited and eagerly awaiting the next day. The D-Day arrived, Priya wore a simple red coloured cotton saree, but she looked like a newly wedded bride, they had quick frequent interactions during the whole day – no words spoken – only tight hugs and kisses!! They kissed, hugged and made love – completely oblivious to the world around… They were in their own sweet love world !!

Priya is aged around 40years, married, mother to a teenage daughter, juggling office and home smoothly and now even spending quality time with Prateek. They recently celebrated 3 years of their love Anniversary.  Three years ago,  Priya weighed around 95kg looking dull, frustrated with Life and tired with frequent illness. Now she weighs around 60kg looking younger, feeling fresh and lively – all thanks to Her Love!

Prateek is married too, has a happy family – he divides his time smoothly between his wife and his love.  Priya feels she is wrong and wants to break-up with Prateek, but doesn’t have the courage to do so; they both are happy in their own sweet world; sometimes she feels it is just a dream but she has got a reason to live life due to her love…she does not want to wake up from that dream.

Anyone can be madly in Love; plan their present and future and be sure that they will be together one day; but when you are sure that you can never be together; but still continue to be in love with each other – maybe that is what they call True Love.

For the sake of society; Priya has kept her 20year old marriage alive. She is a very good housewife, an ideal daughter-in-law, a good mother and in her professional life too, she is very dedicated, sincere and hard-working.

As time flies; conversations have become deeper – they discuss various topics – social; general knowledge; entertainment; food and lifestyle; travel; literature; music – the list goes on… but when together; they don’t waste time on talk….its only love and love.

Prateek has made Priya to realize her own beauty – see herself through his eyes. Priya cannot imagine where they will be in the years to come; but presently they just want to live love and enjoy.


When you are in Love…Simple things bring them to mind like a pale blue sky, gentle wind or even a storm cloud on the horizon. You open your heart knowing that there’s a chance it may be broken one day and in opening your heart, you experience a love and joy that you never dreamed possible. You find that being vulnerable is the only way to allow your heart to feel true pleasure that’s so real it scares you. You find strength in knowing you have a true friend and possibly a soul mate that will remain loyal to the end. Life seems completely different, exciting and worthwhile. Your only hope and security is in knowing that they are a part of your life.

There comes a point in life when you just love someone, not because they are good or bad or anything really; you just love them, it doesn’t mean you will be together forever; it doesn’t mean you won’t hurt each other; it just means you love them!

An Ideal Husband💖

​From the Diary of an Ideal Husband..may their tribe increase !!!!

There’s a bakery shop near to our house. Often, on my way back home in the evening, I buy some stuff for the morning breakfast. Today, as I was about to leave the bakery, I met our neighbour Mr. Suresh who himself was leaving the same shop. After the exchange of some traditional greetings, the conversation went like following.

I asked: “What have you bought?”

Suresh replied: “Nothing much , just some chicken patties and some sweetmeats for my wife and children”.

Jokingly, I enquired, “Why so? Hasn’t your wife cooked today?”

He said: “No, it’s not like that. Actually today in office we were a little hungry so my colleagues ordered some patties and sweetmeats. Since, I had this at the office I thought to buy some for my family too. It’s not fair that I eat whatever I like at the office while my kids and wife remain bound to eat whatever is cooked at home.”

Confounded with great surprise, I stared at him because I never thought this way before.

I said: “What’s the big deal, ajay?  If you eat food of your own choice at the office, your wife and children would also be having whatever they like to eat at home.”

Suresh replied: “Not at all,  My wife saves for me from everything there is. Even if someone from neighborhood sends something, my wife first saves some for me and then distributes it among my kids. It would be very selfish if I just enjoy good things with my friends and not with my family.”

Amazed upon hearing this I said: “Enjoying? This bakery stuff is what you think is enjoyment?”

He said: “Whatever ! I dread the time when on the Day of Resurrection I’ll be questioned about this. That I took someone’s daughter into marriage and had fun with my friends while she ate whatever little was available.”

Completely stunned, I couldn’t move my eyes off him while he continued.

“Look, when we get married to someone’s sister or daughter, they are human beings as well. Just like us. They too have hunger needs. They have their desires as well. They too wish to taste lots of delicious foods or foods of their choice, to try different kinds of lovely outfits. They also want to move and travel around. Keeping them caged like a bird, providing them meals twice a day and having a sense of smugness for doing all this is selfishness. And the way we treat the daughters of others is the way our own daughters and sisters will be treated because what goes around comes around.”

His last words shook me to a great degree. I never thought like this before.  Concluding the conversation with Ajay I said, “Great! You have made me think from a different perspective.”

I turned back to the shop.

Suresh: “Where are you going?”

I replied, “To buy some ice-cream…actually I had some ice-cream at the office today.”

Suresh and Myself took their respective paths. Ajay was glad to have a positive impact on me. On the other hand, I now, knew how to keep my wife and kids happy and acknowledge all the efforts my wife does for my happiness.

Wives make a Family life beautiful 👸💁.. Hope all Husbands realise this 💕💑💏👨‍👩‍👧‍👧👨‍👩‍👦‍👦

When it comes to a Relationship…no one should have Power over the Other..
It isn’t a Power Trip…it’s about working toghether as a  Team and building a Bond that can’t be Broken💞💗💕

On a lighter side…..

How to keep wife happy . . . .

It’s really not difficult to make a wife happy. …

A husband only needs to be:

a friend ,  a companion,  a lover,  a brother,  a father,  a man,  a chef, an electrician, a carpenter, a plumber, a mechanic,  a decorator,  a stylist,  a charmer,  a gynecologist, a psychologist, a bug exterminator,  a psychiatrist,  a healer,  a good listener,  an organizer,  a good father, Very clean, Sympathetic, Athletic, Warm, Attentive,  Gallant, Intelligent,  Funny,  Creative,  Tender,  Strong,  Understanding, Tolerant,  Prudent,  Ambitious,  Capable,  Courageous,  Determined,  True,  Dependable, Passionate,  Compassionate…..


Give her compliments frequently,  Love shopping,  Be honest,  Be very rich, Never stress her,  Never look at other women !


Give her lots of attention, but expect little yourself,  Give her lots of time, especially time for herself,  Give her lots of space !!


Never to forget:    birthdays ; anniversaries; her favorite color ; her favorite flower ; her favorite gem ;  her favorite fragrance ; her favorite memories ; her favorite holidays ; her favorite friends ; her favorite vacation destinations; her favorite beverage ; her favorite food ; her favorite restaurant ; any arrangements she makes


 Just leave him alone…..with his TV remote…and his favourite drink…..And he’ll be just fine…😁😀😍😃



How to Sell Combs to Monks…. story apt to today’s world!!

An inspiring story….How to Sell Combs to Monks ?
3 sales professionals applied to work for a huge company. As they were all evenly qualified, the interviewer decided to set a sales challenge and the person who sold the most would be awarded the job.

The challenge was to sell combs to monks of any temple up in the mountains. “You have 3 days, and the person who sells the most will get the job” said the interviewer.

After 3 days, the 3 applicants returned, and reported their results.

Candidate 1 said “I managed to sell one comb. The monks scolded me, saying I was openly mocking them. Disappointed, I gave up and left. But on my way back, I saw a junior monk with an itchy scalp; he was constantly scratching his head. I told him the comb would help him with his scratching and he bought one comb”

Candidate 2 said “That’s good, but I did better. I sold 10 combs.” Excited, the interviewer asked “How did you do it?” Candidate 2 replied “I observed that the visitors had very messy hair due to the strong winds they faced while walking to the temple. I convinced the monk to give out combs to the visitors so they could tidy themselves up and show greater respect during their worship.”

Candidate 3 stepped up “Not so fast, I sold more than both of them.” “How many did you sell” asked the interviewer.

“A Thousand Combs”

“Wow! How did you do it?” the interviewer exclaimed.

“I went to one of the biggest temples there, and thanked the Senior Master for serving the people and providing a sacred place of worship for them. He was very gracious and said he would like to thank and appreciate his visitors for their support and devotion. I suggested that the best way would be to offer his visitors a momento and the blessing of Buddha. I showed him the wooden combs which I had engraved words of blessings and told him people would use the combs daily and would serve as a constant reminder to do good deeds. He liked the idea, and proceeded to order a thousand combs”

“You got lucky,” one of the other candidates said bitterly.

“Not really,” the interviewer countered.. “He had a plan, which was why he had the comb engraved prior to his visit. Even if that temple did not want it, another one surely would.”

“There is more,” the third candidate smiled. “I went back to the temple yesterday to check on the Master. He said many visitors told their friends and family about the comb with the Buddha’s blessing. Now even more people are visiting every day. Everyone is asking for the comb, and giving generous donations too! The temple is more popular than ever, and the Master says he will run out of the combs in a month… and will need to order more!”

Learning Points:  The three different candidates show us the different levels of sales performance:

Candidate 1 displayed the most basic level, which is to meet the prospect’s personal needs. The monk with the itchy scalp had a personal need; it was specific to him only.

Candidate 2 shows the next level – anticipating and creating new needs for the prospect. Perhaps the monk doesn’t have an obvious need for the comb, but how can it still be beneficial to him? When you can educate the prospect on new possibilities and benefits for his business, you are already outperforming your competitors.

Candidate 3 demonstrates the best level of all; an ongoing relationship resulting in repeat sales and referrals. Everyone was a winner, the monk, the devotees, the 3rd candidate and the interviewer. Help your prospects benefit their prospects, to create maximum value. View each prospect not as individuals, but also their contacts and network beyond them. See each customer as lifetime clients instead of one time sales.

Our beliefs and thoughts shape our actions and ultimately our results. 

When faced with a challenge, how do you respond?

And how big do you think?

Be Bold..Be Strong – it doesn’t matter whether Man or Woman !!

If you want to be the Queen of your husband’s house, let him be the King.

Don’t raise your daughters like your sons. Womanhood has it’s own beauty.

If you are the princess of your father, your man is also the prince of his parents. So don’t expect him to tolerate all your stupidities.

Work hard, lift weight, do your tasks alone, gain knowledge about more and more fields, walk alone with confidence and push your limits. Don’t beg for the equality, establish it.

It’s not always the men’s duty to leave seat for a senior citizen. As a woman too, you can give your seat to a senior citizen; If you can tolerate menstruation and pregnancy then traveling uncomfortably in a crowded public transport becomes a very minute problem.

Don’t create a hell for other women around you. Love your mother-in-law and treat your daughters-in-law like your own daughters.

Don’t label a woman with simple clothes as ‘behenji’. Western clothes don’t make you superior.

If wearing shorts is a choice then wearing Burqa/Saree/Hijab/Salwar suit can also be a choice.. Stop judging others by looking at their appearance.

You are strong enough to hold your bags and walk in a sunny day. Don’t behave like a touch-me-not.

If you can earn money then you can spend it too. Don’t depend on your husband or boyfriend to pay all your bills. He is not an ATM.

Your knowledge of brands doesn’t make you modern, but your education does.

Fair skin is not a privilege but the intellect is.

Rather than being a wife of some rich man, you can be a sportsperson, a writer, a doctor, an engineer, businesswoman and what not!

Boldness is more beautiful than the beauty… So be strong, be bold ….it doesn’t matter whether you are a Man or  a Woman 💖

A Woman’s Life…

A woman’s life is the most challenging character in itself, even if there do not exist any problems. Change is constant in her life, be it while growing up, getting married,producing kids,or getting to work in a male dominated world. No wonder,multi tasking comes natural to her,as her mind keeps on working and planning,to make a wonderful and perfect life, for herself and others surrounded by her.

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On the other hand,many women are not so very blessed,and go through dreadful times.Just remember,God made you a woman,to do the many things men can’t do.Looking inward,itself you will find all the strength and power,rather than looking for sympathy from the outside world.Being strong,and thinking positively are the two best options you have,rest is just giving up which is not you!


Daughter and Daughter-in-law – when will they be treated the same ?

Daughter of the family enjoys full rights – she can sit on the sofa, enjoy watching TV, dress as per her desires and the daughter-in-law has to cook for her and serve her because she MAY have suffered at her in-laws place.

The daughter-in-law need to wake up at 4am, finish all the household chores, have bath and then  prepare tea and breakfast for the entire family and after they all have eaten, she can have tea/breakfast.

After that lunch preparations start and by the time, all the male in household finish their daily chores and may or may not have a bath (their wish), there would be umpteen rounds of tea/ snacks in between; finally lunch would be done by 3pm.

The rotis given to the sons are dabbed with pure ghee while the ladies in the house get dry rotis; all dry fruits, sweets and costly eatables are stored away in the locked storerooms only to be eaten by the male members.

If at all the bahu’s lie down to straighten their backs, again it would be evening tea time or there would be some visitor to meet the “Married Daughter” who has come after long time to her maternal house (she would have just been here a fortnight ago for some festival or wedding or some ritual)..

When will society change….this still happens even in highly educated families – they just try to show off that they are modern when they have visitors from other States; but again they are backward and orthodox to the core passing on the same family values to their future generations through their sons.

A male family member is never allowed to enter the kitchen, even if he wants to have a glass of water; a female member has to leave whatever she is doing, rush and get him a glass of water.

If the daughter-in-law is working, then it is assumed she is just showing off that she is educated; they will never accept that she is contributing financially.  When she requests for some help in household work, she is taunted that whole day anyway she was sitting in office and at home she has various accessories like washing machine, mixer grinder, fridge etc so her work has reduced, in olden days all work had to be done by hand.

If by luck, by chance – one of the males are seen to be lending even a very small helping hand in housework – they are taunted as being dominated by wife.

Wearing a western dress means the lady is ultra-modern – has no values, no morale, is of loose character – these are the comments she gets from her relatives and all these rules are applicable to the daughter-in-law because she is the “izzat” of the house; while the daughter can easily enjoy and live life as per her whims and fancies, if we protest ,we are jealous…


The daughter-in-law is never allowed to speak alone to her maternal family, someone or the other from the in-laws will be peeping in to see / hear what she speaks. I have even seen a custom wherein when some maternal family member has lunch or dinner at your inlaw’s place, it is as if a big crime has been committed – they say “Beti ke ghar ka paani bhi nahi peete” i.e. we don’t even drink water from a married daughter’s home. If at all there is situation that the family has to eat, then they will leave some gift / money in an envelope before leaving as if to compensate for the food they had….


It feels sad and depressed. But we daughter-in-laws need to stand strong for ourselves. Sadly, “Women is the enemy for women” this could have been ended if MotherInLaw felt the change of the hour and didn’t always say “Hamare sath bhi aisa hi hota tha” i.e. “It happened with me so I will do to you”….  People are still stuck in useless customs and traditions that no longer serve anyone. Women do not support and empower other women – what a shame!

With the changing mentality, daughters and daughters-in-law are being treated very equal in an Indian Family. I’m not talking about the rural areas where females are totally bound towards their home but in urban areas, things are gradually changing.

Don’t fear An Enemy that attacks you, beware of A Fake Friend that hugs you !!

This is a true story about a woman who had a pet snake – a Python, which she loved so much. The snake was 4 meters long and looked healthy. However, one day her unusual pet just stopped eating. This lack of appetite in the snake continued over a few weeks. The desperate woman tried everything she could and offered anything that a snake would like to strangle and eat. Nothing worked, and finally the woman took her loving pet to the veterinarian as a last resort.

The vet listened to the woman carefully and asked, “Does your snake sleep with you at night, wrap around you closely and spread out throughout its length?”

The woman was surprised and with a lot of hope she said, “Yes! Yes! It does so every day and it makes me so sad because I feel that it is asking something from me, and I am unable to help it feel better.”

She slept with her snake regularly and then the vet told her something shocking and the most unexpected. “Madam, your pet is not sick; it is just preparing to eat you”

Yes, the python wasn’t sick but it has been preparing to eat her instead!

“Every time, it is creeping, “hugging” you and wrapping itself around your body, it is checking your size to weigh how a great meal you are and how it must be prepared before it can attack you. And yes, it does not eat, in order to have enough space to digest you more easily,” the vet said.

The lady went into a trauma hearing this -she couldn’t believe that the pet she had taken care of like a child would do this to her, however, she believed the vet, still she remains frightened for a lifetime, but she is lucky that she took the Python to the Vet on time – so her life was saved.

The Python was handed over to some forest officials and left in the forest




This story comes with a moral –

In our life too, people close to you, whom you are very affectionate with, can, have mean intentions. You need to identify the snake around you and their true intent. Hugs and kisses are not always honest. People are known to use their close ones as a stepping stone to success; you may be sacrificed and taken undue advantage without your knowledge for them to grow.

Don’t fear the enemy that attacks you, but beware of the fake friend that hugs you because everyone may not be lucky like this lady who was saved on time.

The pain of being in Love with someone you can never be with…

LOVE is a tricky thing. It varies in intensity and in the specificity of emotions. It is sometimes the most beautiful thing in the world and, at other times, it’s the most horrid thing we’ve ever come face-to-face with. It’s odd how one thing could be the cause of so many contrary feelings. But that’s what makes Love so beautiful – it’s the closest thing to perfection that exists in the world, the only thing that can easily and comfortably encompass both good and evil, beautiful and ugly. It’s the closest thing to a flawless whole that man has ever claimed to have been part of.

When we think of love, we think of the happy kind of love, the kind that is the beginning of something beautiful – something that breathes life. There is, however, another kind of love, a much darker and sadder kind of love. It’s the love one feels when one loves someone he or she can never and will never have. It’s the kind of love that doesn’t signal the beginning of something beautiful, but rather the end of something that might have been beautiful, but will never amount to anything more than what it is.

Love is pain


Contrary to popular belief or popular wishful thinking, love doesn’t always end happily. It doesn’t always result in the joining of two people, the fusing of two lives into one. You can love someone with all your soul and never get a chance to be with that person. Even worse, you can know that you love him or her, understanding there is no possibility that the two of you will ever be together. Some people cannot and will not ever end up together, even if they do love each other. It’s a sad truth, but a truth, nonetheless. The fact is, LOVE IS NOT ENOUGH.  All those fairy-tales, all those stories and movies you’ve heard and watched growing up, lied to you. Love is never enough because love is not rational. You hear that love is irrational all the time, yet you still hear the same people saying that love is enough to keep two people together.

Unfortunately, we live in a world governed by rationality, and while love may be irrational, and we may manage to make it work for some time, the real world always catches up with us and our irrational illusions dissipate into thin air. Then we are left with reality and reality doesn’t always reason the way lovers do. Some people don’t work out together. They have habits or beliefs that make it impossible to co-habitate with the person they love. There isn’t a couple out there that loves every little thing about one another. Sure, they may find certain quirks cute or unique, but they don’t love them; they simply accept them. There are some people who have such habits, tendencies, or thinking patterns that really do make them incompatible with the other person. The two may love each other fully, because remember, love isn’t rational, yet not be able to live and deal with each other forever. This is why relationships require compromise. You’re not going to love everything about the person you are with, but you love enough about him or her to live with the things you don’t love. Not all people are willing to, or even able to, compromise. Sometimes it just doesn’t work, regardless of what our emotions tell us. Compromising, of course, is a choice. You either choose to make it work or you choose not to. I believe this fully. As long as something doesn’t go against your nature, in course of time you can make it work. But there are still some cases when compromising isn’t enough.


Sometimes there are other reasons two people cannot and will not ever be together. In fact, this is usually the deciding factor of whether or not two lovers will be capable of spending their lives together: if they are able to forgive and forget. Because love is as intense an emotion as one gets, it occasionally leads us to make poor choices – choices that are hurtful to the ones we love. When it comes to love, our pasts haunt us. When love scars, it cuts deep. The pain isn’t easily forgotten and usually cannot be willfully forgotten. Chances are, you both have bruises that have never fully healed and likely will never fully heal. And that’s just something you decided that you’ll have to live with. Why? Because you really don’t have any other options. You just hope that the two of you find others to love so you can think about each other less and so you don’t have to worry about her happiness anymore. You wait in hopes that a new love can take the place of the old — which it can. But that doesn’t mean you will ever stop loving each other. Some people will love each other until the day they die, spending the majority of their lives apart. And so is the darker side of LOVE.


Does the institution of marriage give the husband right to have forced sex ?

Priya and Ajay recently celebrated 21 years of their marriage; to the society – theirs was 2 States type perfect example of a successful love marriage between a South-Indian Girl and a North-Indian Boy. However, behind the closed doors of their home was a different story altogether.

Priya always performed the duties of a good daughter-in-law, housewife and a mother; she was and is a very good daughter to her parents too.

Ajay – a habitual drinker as also a chain smoker.  Being unemployed for many years; tried his hands in business, incurred huge losses. All this time Priya was running the family and also financing his business. Slowly it took a toll on her health and she started avoiding physical relations with Ajay.

It had anyways always been “marital rape” for her. The base of their wedding itself was rape. She would have easily married someone else as per her parents’ wishes. Whenever they had any physical relation, Priya would behave like a robot showing no emotions or feelings. And he used to complain that why don’t you enjoy?  Priya would reply, “it is Not Love, only Lust,”and Ajay used to always tease her, “when you cannot Avoid Rape, you must Enjoy it.”


Slowly they started to get distanced from each other. Priya was in mental trauma. She started to hate sex, and felt that all males are demanding and don’t have any soft corner. So just for the sake of society, Priya and Ajay pretended to be wife and husband.

Once he was so demanding that she almost gave up and was ready for divorce. He used to physically abuse her and there were numerous wounds and scars on Priya’s body. He went to a lawyer to make the preparations for divorce but the lawyer was sensible and advised  him against it saying that he and his family would be in trouble if Priya went to court and stood against them. From that day he never threatened divorce.



Priya had a complicated delivery undergoing artificial IVF test tube type pregnancy after many years of marriage and lot of medical tests and trials when she finally gave birth to a daughter.

Priya was a working mother – she used to leave her 2 month old baby with babysitters at a creche and struggled hard but still managed home and office. Her in laws were not ready to come and take care of the baby just because it was a daughter. The in laws wanted a son who will be their future heir  and  they started following-up with her to try for a son by ill-treating and abusing her over tele-conversations and thru letters. They were ready to forsake anything for a grandson.

Later on, when they realized that Priya was the sole bread-winner of the family and their son was dependent on her money; the in laws felt guilty and stopped speaking to her. Now, she is being blamed that she doesn’t provide emotional support to Ajay.

Why cannot a husband take “NO” as an answer to his sexual advances?

For the simple reason that he is a male and the husband – does it give him the right to demand sex from his wife anytime anywhere, Priya wonders?

She now wants her teenage daughter to grow up strong in today’s world ; she wants to give her all happiness, love and care that she missed in her youth. “I want her to see her beauty without a compliment or a mirror; have the courage to stand up for others and have the ability to say “NO” to anything in her life that doesn’t bring her happiness.”

Thoughts of Sho…

Hi… This is Sho – you are now reading my blog – where I shall pen my thoughts as it flow into my mind !!

I am proud to be a multi-tasker – A Mother; A Daughter; A Daughter-in-law; A Sister; A Friend-in -Need – I Am All-In-One !!!

When I get up and get dressed and have the opportunity to express myself through makeup and clothes every single day, it makes me feel confident… it empowers me to be able to choose how I present myself to the world and be able to get creative with colours, patterns and textures…with confidence, anything is possible !!

I am a Dreamer – sometimes Reality is so scary – that I prefer to live in my dreams – be cheerful – enjoy my life in my dreams and then get back to reality with a positive approach !!

I have learned over a period of time that things don’t always turn out the way you have planned, or the way you think they should;  there are things that go wrong but always get fixed or get put back together the way they were before. However, some broken things stay broken, and you can get through bad times but still keep looking for better ones; as long as you have people who LOVE you..

We Can’t Upload Luck, We Can’t Download Time, Google Can’t Give All The Answers. So Just Login To Reality, And Like The Status Of Your Life…


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