Discussion in 'Snippets of Life (Non-Fiction)' started by sln, Nov 6, 2014.
Can you post here the pictures of Garden for us to see and enjoy it.
Congratulations! A bonding of two hearts. Mithila mam was a friend of mine. I interacted with her regularly. Infact she was one of the very few I interacted with on IL. I still miss her presence on IL.
I will get it done when I visit the retirement village on 10th December.
This is a 30/20 area with morning glory/passion flower creepers.the land area occupied by Yellow Almonda shrubs and most important of all the fragrant Shenbagam,Makizhampoo and Manoranjitham-all time favourites of Mythili.I have been away from there for the last four months and the effect of scorching summer and recent floods has to be assessed.In my house an area was ear marked for plucking flowers and the other area was to be left free.When Mythili wanted to declare her independence she would go to the prohibited area and pluck flowers.Sorry-I got carried away.
Thanks. She had a vast friendship circle of her own. Time flies but memories linger.
Dear Mr LN,
Mythili was really lucky and blessed to get such a great tribute from you. As there is a saying that "Behind every successful man there is a woman," the same applies to a successful woman also. I would say that there is a man behind every successful woman.
I am also waiting to see the garden. You are really very great.
Dear LN sir,
Congrats on the publication!! I miss Mithila amma's presence a lot in IL. I have interacted with her many times and she has given me many words of wisdom thru her stories and replies.
Dear Akila Mani,
Thanks.She was a good counselor even amongst the local community as she could take a balanced view of any problem.
Nice to know about the publication of snippets by both of you, LN Sir!
Will try to get hold of it Sir!
Mithila ma'am is still in our memories!
Dear LN sir,
Hearty Congratulations on the Publication.. Such an amazing tribute to your beloved :clap
I am aware how deeply Mythili was attached to you and revisiting her writings is the fittest tribute to her memory.