Welcome to Isheeria’s Healing Circles.
Welcome to the final day of Write Tribe’s #FestivalofWords – I7 Days – 7 prompts – Come Join me and some brilliant writers of #writetribe as we #writebravely on prompts which are interesting and inspiring & Fun (to write, and hopefully, for you to read [sce emoji=”smile”/] )!
Our prompt for today: Something which comes so naturally for a chatterbox like me [sce emoji=”smile”/], “If we were having coffee….”
If we were having coffee, I’d ask YOU, how you were? What you were upto? and, first of all, what you would want to tell me! The noisiest news first!
If we were having coffee, I’d then talk about myself too! I’d tell you about the 7 day festival I participated in with Write Tribe. I’d tell you about the excitement of writing everyday and the stress of it! The joy of sneaking in a few interesting reads every break, over ever spare moment, and the glee of reading something interesting or something which I resonated with.
If we were having coffee, I’d tell you how I am coming across new bloggers, and people from different walks of Life and who write and blog about a wide array of topics and subjects – All different, and all very interesting 🙂
(PS: I am becoming a tad savvy with this twitter and social media you know, so now I share everything interesting i read with the hashtag #icurates – cool eh?! [sce emoji=”wink”/] )
If we were having coffee, I’d tell you about how in the last few days, I learnt more about myself, and how in the last few weeks, I learnt some important lessons in Life! Especially, the Online Life!
I would tell you, the one thing which got reiterated for me through this experience is to listen to my gut! and so, if there is one serious thing I would want you to take away from us catching up over coffee today, it is to, LISTEN to YOUR OWN GUT – It is telling you much more than what your eyes can see right now – it is protecting you! Listen! Pay attention!BREATHE & SMILE - because whether you listen (to your gut) or you don't, you will be OKAY 🙂 Click To Tweet
If we were having coffee, i’d tell you about this post I read : Filter Coffee and Butter Toast! By Ramya Abhinand and simultaneously a series of conversations I had with Vasantha Vivek, a dear friend and lovely blogger, which made me realize that:
I may be a south-Indian at soul 🙂 That I truly LOVE all things South-Indian! That I have the deepest respect for the culture and the ethic of the people from South – That while we, from the north are similar, I have a certain love and affinity with the south!I love filter coffee, sarees & flowers in my hair! Click To Tweet
If we were having coffee, I’d tell you, maybe next time we meet, we could dress up in Sarees and try out a different coffee shop and a different coffee from the menu!
If we were having coffee, I’d give you a big hug, and thank you for taking out the time to come visit me over coffee! until next time! ciao.
I hope you have enjoyed my posts for the Festival! I’d love to hear from you – so leave me a comment 🙂
You can see my other Write Tribe Posts here.
‘I am taking part in The Write Tribe Festival of Words #6′
That was a nice catching up over the coffee post, Isheita. I haven’t heard anyone having so much love for South Indian stuff as much as you do. It’s nice to hear that. For your information, I’m from Kerala. 🙂
Congrats on completing the challenge. It was fun. 🙂
Loved reading this. This past week even I have come across some inspiring people in my life whose posts I will always look forward to read and share.
That was a nice coffee chat … If you are in Delhi,come home.Being a south Indian, I will treat you to a good hot cup of filter coffee..Keep blogging 🙂
A nice gup-shup/conversation over a cup of coffee is always amazing. I feel that coffee fuels a great desire to express and that way a light-hearted conversation break the ice more often than not. Lovely read! 🙂
Isheeria's Healing Circles says
Thank you Saumy ☺️ coffee & conversations are made for each other