Gratitude from students as they leave... P. S. I'm hoping there are keys to a Mercedes Benz in that gift package.
Beat my previous record for the longest single surgery with a 12 + hour marathon case for a cancerous lesion. Exhausting? Yes. But the ultimate joy was a perfectly smooth ending which had the surgeons, anaesthesiologists, nursing staff and even the patient smiling happily. Of course, it doesn't end with today and there are many a risk still left in the days to come but watching the patient recover from such a taxing surgery and be awake and totally pain-free even after all that the cuts and incisions he faced over the last 12 hours counts as a win. P. S. Can you find me somewhere in those 3 pics?
I tend to have issues with Kerala's normal teas, finding them bland. Which is why I was surprised to find this Katak Chai by #bunclub that brought back memories of the yummiest masala teas we used to get in Pune back in college days a decade ago. Where did you have the best tea of your life? (and which tea was it? Do tell.)
Caramel filled Freshly made lava bun... Simple, yummy, delightful.
Nobody can ever say I don't have greens in my diet. What? Chicken pesto counts as green!
Beware of Dog.
Thank you @sassyshaina for the thumbs up. Prisoners is one of my personal fav among my own published stories list and it winning first place for #TOIWriteIndia was one of the best moments for me as a short story author. The story is especially relevant this week in India as the Supreme Court once more looks to debate #section377.
Has anyone seen my dog? He's a peculiar breed of half beagle, half ninja.
The third in this series of watches I own is a gift given to me by a friend. Not for my birthday or any particular event. Just for being a good friend during dark times. Hence, treasured. Unrelated, but one of my first watches as a child in Dubai was the #Casio 'game watch' where you had two buttons in the front and could also play racing and shooting on the screen. Do they still have those, I wonder?