Indian Marriage: Paying for a bride- is it still rife?
The pressures of an arranged marriage are nothing to be taken lightly. I think for the most it is intrinsically placed at the heart of a traditional South Asian girls (and boys) upbringing in fact… View Full Post View Post

Marriage- waiting for when I’m ready
Guest Post- Anonymous Well here goes, I was a happy go lucky girl living in West London at College studying Art, Textiles and Photography. Never thought about marriage at all. I was never a girl… View Full Post View Post

Are we Imposters in the Children’s hospice?
Martin House has become our safe haven. This time we visited was for respite and a review of his medication and his various’ paperwork’ so not really too taxing , however each time we make… View Full Post View Post

Cheated by death… again
Arjun did not die ( this time). He fought through and survived, but not for long. I think we had lulled ourselves  into a false sense of security again, he had recovered, he always recovers… View Full Post View Post

Waiting for death
It was only a this time last year that I sat with Arjun in hospital after he had been rushed in from school; vomiting blood, the medical term being ‘coffee granules’. Why? Because when there is a… View Full Post View Post