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The topic for today in the #mayphotochallenge is 'on the wall'. Here's an oil painting which I made which is on my wall. #peace #buddha #theidearoomA post shared by Preeti Shenoy (@preeti.shenoy) on
The theme for today for the #mayphotochallenge is Drip. You can see the water droplets dripping on the car window. It rained this afternoon. I love rain. #theidearoom #rainA post shared by Preeti Shenoy (@preeti.shenoy) on
The theme for today's May photo challenge is shallow. A wise person once said " If you do not have a relationship with yourself , then all other relationships that you have become shallow" Love yourself. Explore your depths. Be unafraid. Most of all look at yourself in the mirror, meet your own eyes, say "I love you" and mean it. #mayphotochallenge #theidearoomA post shared by Preeti Shenoy (@preeti.shenoy) on
The theme for today for the May photo challenge is Heights. This is my picture for the theme. Can you spot me and my four legged baby? Clicked from a height of 150 feet! #mayphotochallegeA post shared by Preeti Shenoy (@preeti.shenoy) on
And sometimes it's the shadows that add the depth to life .Day 2 of May photo challenge and today's topic is Shadow. #theidearoom pic credits: @atsshenoyA post shared by Preeti Shenoy (@preeti.shenoy) on
The theme for today for the May photo challenge is 'bent'. Yoga has been a part of my life since my childhood. The benefits are immense. This pose was apt for today's theme. Here I do an asana called "paschimotanasana". It's an excellent stress reliever, calms the mind, superb for the abdomen and the back. Also not easy to do at all :) That's why I love it! #theidearoom #yoga #yogadaily #ashtangayoga #mayphotochallenge
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Starting today I am doing the photo a day challenge by @theidearoom .The topic for today is Happy. We clicked this a little while back. So happy to be with my son @atsshenoy 😍A post shared by Preeti Shenoy (@preeti.shenoy) on
I met with my good friends Shinie Antony and Vani Mahesh today, both of who are excellent writers. In addtion to being the author of several books, Shinie is also the co-founder of Bangalore literature festival. Vani Mahesh is an expert on Mythology and she writes mythology. Many of the Amar Chitra Kathas that you read would probably have been authored by her. She si a walking talking encyclopaedia on Puranas and things like that.
“I cannot even imagine where I would be today were it not for that handful of friends who have given me a heart full of joy. Let's face it, friends make life a lot more fun.”
Charles R Swindoll
"We all have those friends, who get in touch only when they need something. When you need something, they are always busy or unavailable. Then there is the friend, who vanishes for months together. When they do resurface in your life, there is no apology, no explanation as both parties are genuinely happy to reconnect. I have many friends with whom I can pick up right where I left off, even if it has been years since either of us spoke a word to each other. Mostly these bonds forged in childhood, are so strong that passage of time doesn’t weaken them....."
The footsteps you leave on people’s hearts speak a lot about you. Tread with caution. Tread with love. Tread with care. Stomp if you must, but remember when you go, all you leave behind are memories.The best part is, once you submit, you can also see what the others wrote on that same word, which you did.
|A picture that I really like :) I posted this on my instagram today.|
And today I also took a screen-shot of the reviews on amazon:Shenoy’s book, on the other hand, is a pleasant discovery. Her deft handling of a nicely rounded and original plot is impressive. Chance brings a 30-something woman, Nidhi, and a 20-something man together, and they become friends. Shenoy gives us complex characters with complicated lives, and her handle on different kinds of relationships is strong. Her writing is simple; too simple in fact, with almost no layers and subtleties. All of the punch, then, lies in the story and its insights. You find yourself rooting for her protagonists, and feeling none of the irritation of reading about damsels in distress.