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Rita Rodricks

16th June, 2017

When we shifted from Juhu to live in our brand new apartment in Khar we got a telephone installed in the house. 294 more words

Postaday

With a Blazer and Some High Heels, I Shall Rule the World

There are moments when I privately think I am wasted as an administrative assistant.

These moments typically occur while I am curled up in bed after sunset, hugging a container of gelato and listening to my dog snore while I watch an episode of  1,161 more words

Self Improvement

Impromptu Orations with Children and Parents

We use a ruler to draw a straight line

Then we just look at the line to say it’s a line

We never stick the ruler to the line… 236 more words

Philosophy

The one too many half wits we meet in life

  • The one who is a hungry fly

That time when you are in the kitchen and cooking something for yourself or spending some quality time with your food, this person will hover around you, eyeing your food with greed laden eyes.  

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Inferences From Life

Uncle Leo – The Marathon runner

Rita Rodricks
14th June, 2017

Uncle Leo was my mother’s brother. He was a marathon runner who had won the race in Mumbai wearing a torn vest and barefoot due to financial constraints. 258 more words

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Story #12: I'm Not Real (The Anonymous Anecdotes Project)

I’m Not Real

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They say that psychologically it takes 3-4 months to know a person.

But I believe that you know people

The very first time you meet them. 761 more words

Musings

Why Dishonesty is sometimes a Good Policy

I ordered an egg and bacon muffin from the Muffin Break. With coffee it came to $8.50. I handed over $20 and was given $14 change. 65 more words