Shh… Don’t say the D word

Death? What is death? At a young age of 6 years old, it was the first time I experienced death of a loved one in my family. My paternal grandfather passed away. I was never close to my paternal grandfather. During the wake, I had the time of my life: I was happily playing at … Continue reading Shh… Don’t say the D word

You’ll always be part of our (Facebook) memories

  “Three weeks ago, on a family vacation in Berlin. I stood in the middle of Alexanderplatz, next to Primark and panicked. My phone wasn’t in my bag, and I couldn’t remember where was the last place I left my phone. As i searched the aisle of Primark for my phone, several thoughts clouded my … Continue reading You’ll always be part of our (Facebook) memories

Hello Mr Sheeran

    Loving can hurt, loving can hurt sometimes But it is the only thing that I know When it gets hard, you know it can get hard sometimes It is the only thing that makes us feel alive I spent Sunday night third wheeling and singing along to Mr Sheeran. Yes, third-wheeling because unlike … Continue reading Hello Mr Sheeran