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One more down…

Made it through the day without any overt signs of breakdown. Thank you, all  of you for your words of support and encouragement.

Challenge Accepted #42

I am thankful for all of you who took the time and effort to link this challenge and those of you who replied to it in the comments section. I am posting the entries for the TPS#42 that was posted on the 19th of May. I plan to give 10 days for you guys to take … Continue reading

Challenge Accepted #41

I am thankful for all of you who took the time and effort to link this challenge and those of you who replied to it in the comments section. I am posting the entries for the TPS#41 that was posted on the 12th of May. I plan to give 10 days for you guys to … Continue reading

5 years….

It’s been 5 years since I joined WP. It was a shock to me to see that, I hadn’t realized how much time had elapsed. I’ve been blogging since 2009, I started at blogspot (It’s Google and easy to log in, and convenient to keep your stuff in one place..). Somewhere around 2011 then, I … Continue reading

New word Tuesdays

Thankmore – (antonym – thankless) Someone overly gushing with gratitude.

Thank you

Four consecutive days with over a hundred views! I’m not used to such popularity, meagre as it is compared to blog celebs. But thank you all, for reading what I post and liking it, it means a lot to me. Thank you!

Lal Singh

Reading a post by Victo reminded me of someone. Around 2009, five years into practice I had started doing Phaco cases. One of my first patients was Lal Singh. An octogenarian farmer, what you’d call ‘son of the soil’, always dressed in a simple white kurta-pyjama and a blue turban with a saffron band, a little … Continue reading

Thank yous….

A “thank you!” has so much power. It’s a bigger mood enhancer than most uppers and a better calmer than most downers. It’s a smile on a frazzled face, a slight drooping of tired shoulders, a weary blink of reddened eyes. It’s taken for granted, but your doctor needs to hear it from you, once … Continue reading

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