christmas weekend- kind stories


This week started out rough; my best friend lost one of her cats, he went out the balcony and never came back. She was distraught, it brought back so many memories of losing my pets, I, Monday was tough but come Tuesday morning her cat came back.

I tried my hand at cooking this week,moong dal ka halwa , a great and rich dessert, I finally made a brownie which took forever to bake but tasted gooey and amazing, bhakarwadi which is an Indian snack and a fun DIY scrapbook, which was extremely easy to make and a gorgeous way to let someone know how much you care for them.

Tuesday, my mother’s birthday, was a glorious day.we traveled to Lonavala, there is something magical about hill stations, imagine bonfires, live music, family, lights, and food. Met my best friend extremely frequently this week, that does uplift your mood, with my addiction to friends, I would always think how amazing it is to see and hang out with your besties daily, just like college, well this week has been similar us hanging out so much!

This video where kids from all over the world share things that they like and dislike about their gender is marvelous. Makes you gauge your thoughts as well as relate to different cultures and societal norms.

This article about a blind man For in a driverless Google car is fantastic. For some one disabled and unable to drive in our usual world, to think a decade form now, such people who cant drive shall be able to get in their cars and go anywhere without assistance is awe inspiring.

Did you hear? Sweden recycyles so much, it is falling short on garbage! #countrygoals

Bradley Lowery who is Terminally ill boy got 28,000 Christmas cards from strangers after making a request during a football game.

Little Bradley is 5 years old,

Battling Bradley Lowery, seen here with his idol Jermaine Defoe is fighting a rare form of cancer

A Christmas card campaign started by a football fan has seen the youngster receive thousands of cards from around the world as football fans united behind him in support.

His parents say his wish is to get as many Christmas cards as possible as truckloads of Royal Mail vans arrive at his house with cards and over 75 parcels containing gifts.

Read the full article, here.

This video gives a 360 view of Antarctica, and it is gorgeous.

Happy Christmas Eve


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