Category Archives: marriage

That thing I rarely talk about now

In just five days, R and I will complete a whole eight years of marriage. Eight days into a month that we are going to mostly spend apart. EIGHT. YEARS. It has been a recurring theme in my mind of … Continue reading

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More on strange lands and unknown trails

A month and a half ago, we got back from an amazing circuit in Europe and almost immediately, started planning a trip to Thailand. Thailand had been a recurring theme since August because R acquired a car reasonably more comfortable … Continue reading

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Strong and independent

I remember one of my old blog posts.. One that spoke about being “strong and independent” (oh, the cliche!) and having days when I “want” to be emotionally dependent. That post was The Perfect Guy (yeah, you think about those … Continue reading

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I couldn’t be more wrong about the “no celebration” bit

It took my matter-of-fact, practical husband 3 long years to perfect the art of anniversary surprises.. And 3 long years to buy me flowers instead of gadgets. This keeps getting better. Guess who got “righter” than before :p

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How the hell did Pink Floyd, Greyson Chance, and Air Asia know?

This song here told R that I had the kind of thehraav that one needs in marriage (ask him. His logic, not mine) and changed our lives forever, this one here changed our lives in very different ways. The song … Continue reading

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"Home alone" explains this

R is traveling on work. He does not do this often. In the last couple of days, I got an idea of how my life would have been if I was still single. I am quite sure that I would … Continue reading

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2 years

For most part of my life, I have been the most unmarriageable¬†person in the room. Any room. Loud, short tempered, and well, treading on wild. But marriage was always a reality for me. I wanted to eventually do it. And … Continue reading

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