Happy Budday Mamu

"Happy budday mamu, happy budday mamu," 5-year-old Saralata cried out loud. "It is not my budday," her mamu responded in a low voice. Her attention was occupied by the stove. She was keeping a close eye at it for she did not want the milk to overflow. As an additional precaution, she had already snatched … Continue reading Happy Budday Mamu

supercalifragilisticexpialidocious toxic positivity

When I saw the word, I did not feel supercalifragilisticexpialidocious at all. It immediately shifted me into a pensive state and therefore I started wondering - do big words and phrases even matter? Sometimes they do. For example - toxic positivity. The phrase seems like an oxymoron for a person not familiar with the concept. … Continue reading supercalifragilisticexpialidocious toxic positivity