This past weekend, my middle child Mr. S. came to sat on my lap while I was reading. He is close to turning six, yet he likes to sit on our lap sometimes. He is one of the most sensitive kids and also easy to make him content. I did not know he would come up with such a huge existential question. He had this … Continue reading Life. Death. Afterlife
On the second day of our trip, we went to see the elephant breeding place in Sauraha, Chitawan National Park. Ticket counter has an adjacent room that is used as one-room museum that displays the big skull of a dead elephant. Four walls of the room is covered with valuable information on elephant’s life-cycle, its inhabitant, health issues and challenges to rear them etc. etc. … Continue reading Elephant’s Skull
Answering your child’s peculiar questions can be pretty daunting task sometimes. In the midst of our conversation the other day, I told my sons that once they go visit their grandparents in Nepal, they have to learn to live without power (electricity). They won’t see light most part of the day, as blackouts are quite frequent and have become a part of life. I showed my … Continue reading Poor Grandparents Don’t Have Driveway!
I woke up this morning with a heavily pounded head. Migraine is crippling me now and then. Standing straight definitely helped but lying down or inclining backwards or forwards did not help at all. Please do not tell me how it is like to have headache if you have not experienced a migraine ever. Only people with migraine can understand what we go through. Consequently, … Continue reading A Significant Gesture That Swelled Up A Father’s Heart
I took my family to Grand Haven State Park, MI on last Wednesday so my kids could enjoy their day out at the frozen beach. This year, we had a record high snow accumulation which was more than 80 plus already. The lake, except at some spots, was frozen as far as my naked eyes can see. It was just beautiful.http://instagram.com/p/kueD2JHHEU/ View this post on … Continue reading Frozen Lake Michigan
Just before going to bed, I had a pep talk with my oldest son about trying a new church. His little brother was sitting with me on my left in the recliner while he was on the right side. Often it’s hard to get a time to talk with him due to the nature of his brother, a hot headed and energetic guys who is … Continue reading 1st Generation American Problems