Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Street Style gives away their style

There!If you love these guys as much as I do and wouldn't mind rigging their piece of style(all legal albeit) then here's a chance for you :).These pretty ladies are hosting a give away of two very fabulous Vintage Waferers.All you have to do is hop on to their blog here and PARTICIPATE.And they have a splendid Facebook page too.Wish life was that easier as well!

I am telling you ,take my word,the girls there have none-too-complicated easy chic style.Very wearable!

Saturday, 4 September 2010

I always loved a teacher who gave more than homework to take home

If I had to credit all that I am and have today, it would undoubtedly,have to be my teachers.Beginning right from my parents who taught me how to talk,walk and the basic education I have a long list of teachers who have left a lasting impression on my life and thinking.Of course it's not possible to name all of them but you get the idea,right? Many times I said thanks,at times I must have missed it or been shy to express all the world's gratitude which I have truly experienced.

When I look back I realise how lucky I have been to be blessed with the most amazing people in school,college and beyond who believed in me,encouraged me and sometimes even tried to push me,what I thought at that time,was beyond my limits.Yet,today I am only too glad that they did what they did.It's always a teacher who moulds a student ,realises her capacity and makes her work .It is the never ending spirit of a teacher who keeps picking up the right student with the right aptitude for the the right thing and every year batch after batch polishes her students untiringly.I left amazed by their patience and the way they keep imparting what they learned,to see their students make even bigger in life.

I had the sweetest teachers in primary school who made sure our naive minds were dealt with as delicately as possible.Middle school saw them becoming a little stern with just the right amount of leniency.I love how our teachers told how important it is to study and play.I love how they scolded us when we got distracted and were getting out of the league and I miss how they pushed us go out smell the flowers and feel the sunshine when we overburdened ourselves with books.I shall forever be grateful to them making everything so balanced for us which without such mentors we would have missed.

I have learnt the art of being professional without losing the touch of compassion from my teachers.I learnt all the knowledge that I have today from them.I have learned the intricacies of human interaction from them and each time that I doubted my capabilities they were always there to make me realise what all is left to be achieved and can be achieved.I have learnt some of my favourite quotations from them.They were the catalysts.And then,there are the non-institutional teachers-people who inspired me,who always gave me some food for thought,made sure I keep going ahead.They all contributed to my learning experience.And here I must even mention those who taught me the importance of taking things lightly,sleeping a little tightly,of letting go,having a good laugh,in every way enriching me in their own ways.

Thank you dear teacher for being YOU.