Monthly Archives: April 2012

Sunday evening in April (Have I recovered, I wonder)

In the last two hours, I havebaked two chocolate cakes,  taken photographs of evening flowers and uploaded them,  read comments on previous photos and column and replied to some, heated dinner and eaten it with all three children,listened to Sahar … Continue reading

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Message from a friend.

Dear Natasha, the Internet is a huge world but it’s your photos that sustain me in this time. I just lost my father. Thank you and namaste. [We have a book at home with a story of a baby turtle … Continue reading

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Camera fingers at a red light.

I have camera fingers. We had just left from Dr. Dhama’s clinic in Kotla and were on our way to a CNG station near Nehru stadium. At the first red light, we saw pigeons. Pigeons, oblivious to the harsh afternoon … Continue reading

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One day at a time, baby!

I don’t remember exactly what it was that started this conversation. We were out for a walk in a park after dinner. The children were scampering ahead of us. “I am becoming more and more like a mother and you … Continue reading

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Naseem’s first day of big school. Nursery B, Pragyan School. Naseem woke up, showered and shampoo-ed. Wore her oversized uniform, shoes and socks. I love the oversized part, in an old-fashioned way. Then I asked Sahar to take Naseem to … Continue reading

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