I told him there were no bones to give him and then went to wash my hands. He didn't believe me and decided he needed to check for himself. 😒🐶
I first had this last New Year's eve and absolutely loved the marination. Came back a year later and damn, Galito's has to be one of the best chicken I've eaten. And those sauces of theirs are absolutely unique and totally divine. Good sides as well, ranging from spinach to corn on the cob.
Now that is what you call an awesome omelette - when you open it up to find sausage, bacon and salami within. Ironically, in a cafe called Kashi. 😁
Hazelnuts. Personally, I like their taste but everytime I was biting into them, all I could think of was 'I usually eat this when they are inside chocolates.' Which is your favourite 'nutty chocolate'?
The theme for World Heart Day this year is 'My Heart, Your Heart'. Compassionate and yet motivational, the theme bonds you and those you care about, asking the key question - What can I do to look after MY HEART as well as YOUR HEART? For us in the medical field, there is of course a third connection - how can we look after YOUR HEART? A key secondary factor that the World Heart Day focuses on this year is to inspire us all to commit and show intent to 'MAKE A PROMISE' to ourselves and our loved ones to care for our hearts. I want to help you MAKE PROMISES to your heart as well as the hearts of those who matter to you. The promises I suggest (LINK IN BIO) may not all be medical... but they are minor changes in your routine that can lessen the strain on your heart and guide you to a healthier, happier life.
Home grown... What do you think it is? Hint: not something we see commonly. First time we are growing it at our house.
Every year, on #WorldSuicidePreventionDay (September 10) I write about various aspects of identifying and dealing with depression. The theme for this year is 'Working Together to Prevent Suicide'. Keeping that in mind, I decided to get some people you know to 'work together' on this topic. Unlike the regular names of celebrities we all link to suicide and depression, there are so many we love and admire who battle with these issues even today. We can stand to learn a lot of lessons on dealing with #SuicidePrevention by seeing their stories. You can read the full article via the link in my bio. Stay safe. You matter.
One week of being a student again even in the late 30s - Done. (Ah, medical life.) Now back to being...? 🤷♂️
For the last few years, I have been maintaining a list of real life Heroes of Kindness and Compassion from across the world. In less than two years, I ended up with nearly 70 articles showcasing more than 110 genuinely wonderful people - ranging from six year olds to 80 year olds, waitresses to doctors and the homeless to criminals - all who will restore your faith in humanity. This month, for the #MyFriendAlexa challenge, I will be showcasing local heroes from across the country who make a difference with their kindness. Yes, it is a #HeroesOfKindness - Indian edition! (link in bio)