When you’ve waited for something too long and have, at times, feared its existence to be a mere rumor, you are essentially an embodiment of expectations when it comes to facing that thing Expectations And butterflies in the stomach And excitement Anticipation Anticipation of grandeur Anticipation of excellence Anticipation of magic! And with all that… Read More Starts With Feeling Like Fanfic, Ends Up Being Terrific!
I had a meeting one morning. I reached the venue and waited. And waited. And waited. The people I had to meet were occupied with something else. For an hour. Till lunchtime. Till the evening. Till the night. And, well, the day ended with the meeting not happening. Another day. No meeting still. Which made… Read More The Time Tale
The magic starts at 1:37!
Some times Some things Some moments Fleeting glimpses of life Flashes of things passing you by Some happenings are such that you want to capture them Stop time Stop for a while And just absorb what’s happening Soak it in your being Internalize the life you’re living The person you are in that moment The… Read More Stuck In A Moment/Comfortably Numb
The other day, I got rejected. It wasn’t over love, but nevertheless it stung: a middle school declined my offer to speak to their kids about my latest book, The Gutsy Girl: Escapades for Your Life of Epic Adventure, because it would exclude boys. At first I shrugged, said I understood and went on to other…… Read More Why boys should read girl books
Things that make a Harmony © 2016 Ankita Kala
Whoa! What I found today!❤
In response to this week’s photo challenge prompt Vibrant, here’s a photograph taken on a walk through the winding roads of Himalayas. Take some perfect sunshine, add the morning sun lighting up everything in its wake and what you get is Vibrant! © Ankita Kala 2016
Never had I cringed and loathed every time a character made his entry in a movie scene so much, only to shed copious tears of pain when he died……until this man immortalized Severus Snape for me and a whole generation of Potterheads. The world will remember him for his contributions to cinema and theatre, but he… Read More Adios, Professor Snape!
They say music is a universal language, it speaks without words. That’s why instrumentals and themes are there. That’s why wordless music still manages to get across what it wants to say. That’s how it’s possible to understand what a song wants to convey without knowing what the lyrics mean. Case in point – this… Read More Ethu Kari Raavilum
Wishing a Merry Christmas to everybody all over the world! Hope you have a wonderful time!🙂
In response to the WordPress Photo Challenge – Oops! The game had been long And fraught with several “twists and turns” There were strategies being made and changed Until this moment Which captured the great structure for one last time Before it collapsed and we all went… oops! © Ankita Kala 2015
Elmo lay in a tangled mess of feathers and contraptions on the floor. “I thought disguising myself as a canary would help me get this job!” he wailed (to the world or to himself, he knew not). Poor little Elmo. At three and a half years old, he was still too young to understand the… Read More Elmo And The Office
Transition The transition from day to night, from clouds to sun to clouds again… © Ankita Kala 2015
Discovery of the day! This band I hadn’t listened to till today, As the curtain dawns on this day, I’m hearting THE FRAY!🙂
Photo credit : Sandra Crook “Oh, that?” The tour guide mopped his brow with his sleeve. “Those are the remnants of the landslide last year when the earthquake struck. Terrible times for this place!” “I can imagine”, the traveler mumbled, “but hey, how come nothing happened to these little homes here?” “Isn’t that what… Read More Backbone
WPC: Trio © Ankita Kala 2015
Photo by J Hardy Carroll ………………………………………………………………………………. The couple had just about finished setting up their new house beside the church. It was their first day at the mass and the service had just ended. Shaking with disbelief, they took the sight in. It was true, after all. All the rumors! “Oh God, how could we have… Read More View