The Zahir- Someone or something which,once we have in contact with them or it,gradually occupies our every thought,until we can think of nothing else – Paulo Coelho
I am happily married and mother of two sweet kids, Ruby , My son (10 yrs ) and Pearl ( My daughter (7 yrs ) . A physiotherapist by education , a home maker by passion and a full time assistant to my beloved’s ventures by aspiration.
My best day begins with a cup of tea that I can savour watching the flowers and chirping birds. It ends with, cuddling up in my bed as the sweet smell of jasmines, by the window fills the room.
I love to walk barefooted on grass covered with morning dew and to watch the small fishes swimming in a pond, I love to watch the endless waves on a beach and to gaze at the stars in the night..
I am a very sensitive person. Sensitive to almost everything that happens around me. I can recognize even the slightest twitch of muscle on people’s faces. Sometimes I wonder if it is a boon or a bane.
There is only one thing I have ever been sure of myself, I have a good heart. I love to spend my time with my family and friends. At times I like to be alone and on my own. To read a book , to watch a movie or tend to my garden.
Ruby was diagnosed as an exceptional child ( gifted and with LD ) when he was in 2nd grade .I started surfing the net to know more about Dyslexia and to find out what I can do to help him or to make him happy. Slowly , with out even knowing about it, I started noting them down and linking the blogs and important sites we visit. To make the posts ever lasting we started to take photos and videos . It was all so gradual and natural that even we didn’t realise our life changing.
My daughter , is the exact opposite of her brother . Yet they share a deep bond between them which I can only feel but cannot explain. She helps her dyslexic brother and dyscalculic mother in every way she can.
And here is our humble journey through LD and giftedness and parenting and every day life.
This blog is for my kids to show them after many years how I enjoyed bringing them up. They make my world. They teach me more about life than I have learned all these years.
This blog is for their father to show him later what we do .With out his support I would not have been able to do any of these.This blog is for myself to see how my thoughts shift and travel every day and how life moves on. To keep a track of the works we have done. ( I am soooo forgetful !)
I miss my sister and brother so much. They are both far away . This blog is for them. To keep in touch and to remember how we enjoyed growing up together. This blog is for each and everyone of you out there who think the same way as me. In my blog you will find little technical expertise or knowledge but only the language of heart.
” It is better to live your own destiny imperfectly than to live an imitation of somebody else’s life with perfection” – Bhagavad Gita