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Murphy's law = Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong First of all, I am aware that caring about Valentines' Day is terribly passé but in my defense I was...

My parents had a busy decade from 1970 to 1980, because during this time they succeeded in producing three female children. My sisters and I are very different, very much...

There have also been cons – I am out of touch, with the people I know, and the world in general. I am cut off from the organizations I support...

While taking a stance on politics or social issues is a right, taking a stance on someone else's personal decision making and bashing them for it, is not. And please...

Is my mother's condition a recent thing? The diagnosis is, but as to the Depression itself, we really don't know. My mother scoffs at the idea, but also admits that...

My peaks and valleys emotional state is one of the few reasons I regret having given up The Pill. It's been a long time now and I wouldn't consider switching...

As I watch her sleep, my heart hurt as I considered the numbers and statistics. It did indeed possible that somewhere in this childs' future a violent man lay in...

As Trou got older he became less easy to amuse and keener for company other than my own, the prospect of two months shuttling between his parents homes seemed grim,

Me: You have got to be kidding me! What am I? Meals on wheels? Coq: You can't go empty handed. Sin for The Man. At least now he will have something...

The fact that her school project would most likely give this little girl a completely unrealistic and false expectation about the country in which she lives, troubled me no end.

We talk about how vulnerable women are. None of us has been raped but we have between the three of us experienced a fair amount of sexual interference, violence and...

My mother’s influence over me is immeasurable. I can’t think of a point in my life when I have been truly independent of her. I have always needed her –

Er…………Um………… Irritated by my lack of inspiration on the subject I put pen to paper and attempted to formulate a list, half way through I realized that what I was...

One of the things he loved doing on the New Year was taking a picture of his three daughters all decked out in Avurudu finery. When we were younger, the...

In short "Run! Run! Ruuuuuuuunnnn!" So yeah, maybe not share the advice I would give myself.

Ranjini even succeeded in meeting my mother's exacting standards. Our kitchens and bathrooms were spotless, and best of all not a single cupboard "Smelled of cockroaches" (my mother's pet peeve). She...

Fast forward a couple of weeks and we find ourselves at the end of January (Cue loud cries of "My God men, time just flies!") and I thought, wouldn't it...

Hello everyone and welcome to our late July edition of MIC – Home Gardener. An apology to our readers for the delayed edition, as July has not been a very...

As the month of June draws to an end, we prepare ourselves to welcome July! With high hopes that this month carries with it good news as we enter the...

Hello, and welcome back to our late May edition of ‘Home Gardner’. It has been a while since our last post and we hope you find our topic this month...

Welcome back to our monthly issue of ‘Home Gardener’, a blog for beginners and passionate gardeners, where we share tips on how to start your own home garden and everything...

Welcome to the monthly issue of MIC Home Gardener, your guide to growing healthy vegetables at home and learning about their health benefits. In this issue, we are going to...